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Information Technology and Administrative Management

College of Education and Professional Studies

Bachelor of Applied Science Curriculum

Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology and Administrative Management (BAS-ITAM) Curriculum

2019-2018 Catalog Requirements:

Core Requirements:

ADMG201Introduction to Business3
ADMG285Sustainable Decision Making4
ADMG302Financial Analysis5
ADMG371Administrative Management4
ADMG372Leadership and Supervision4
ADMG374Project Management5
ADMG385Business Communication & Report Writing4
RMT340Principles of Selling4
RMT366Customer Relationship Management4
RMT379IT Management Career Planning1
ADMG/IT490Cooperative Education (Internship)8-12
Total Core Requirements:46-48

Plus ONE of these specializations:

Administrative Management Specialization: 
IT202Change Ready: Tech Skills for Leaders4
IT260Integrated IT Applications4
IT359Advanced Spreadsheet Applications4
ADMG373Training & Development4
ADMG424Administrative Management Policy4
ADMG471Leading Change4
Total Specialization Requirements:24


Information Technology Specialization: 
(Available only to students with an IT-related degree) 
ADMG471Leading Change4
IT301IT Security, Privacy and Ethics4
IT376Project Management and Information Technology3
IT461Systems Analysis4
IT481Quality Verification and Validation4
IT486Critical Issues in IT4
Total Specialization Requirements:23


Cybersecurity Specialization:
IT238Introduction to Cyberwarfare4
IT336Digital Forensics4
IT438IT Risk Management4
IT482Cybersecurity Capstone4
Total Specialization Requirements: 24


Project Management Specialization: 
ADMG474Executing Project Management I4
ADMG475Executing Project Management II4
ADMG476Managing Project Uncertainty4
ADMG477Project Performance Reporting4
ADMG479Project Management Maturity4
Total Specialization Requirements:20


Additional Program Requirements:

This major requires significant study in the upper-division level. This includes the completion of the CWU Breadth Requirements and four of the Basic Skills Requirements. One class in each Breadth and Basic Skills category is required. An equivalent class from a community college may be accepted.

These Four CWU Basic Skills Requirements:

English 1014
English 1024
Logic and Reasoning4-5
Total Basic Skills Requirements:17-18


And these CWU Breadth Requirements:

Literature and the Humanities4-5
Philosophy & Cultures of the World4-5
Perspectives on World Culture4-5
Patterns & Connection in the Natural World4-5
Fundamental Disciplines of Physical & Biological Science4-5
The Aesthetic Experience4-5
Perspectives on the Cultures & Experiences of the US4-5
Foundations of Human Adaptations and Behavior4-5
Applications of Natural Science4-5
Total CWU Breadth Requirements:36-45


Want to get a head start on your degree?

While we no longer require the Basic Skills classes to be completed before being admitted to our program, it can help fast-track your progress if you take them at the community college level or through Washington Online Learning at prior to beginning your coursework at CWU. Our advisors recommend trying to take English 101, English 102, any statistics course, and/or a lab science course.

To learn more about transfer course equivalencies for Washington community colleges, click here.

Accepted to CWU and ready to declare your major?

BAS-ITAM Application


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