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2022-2023 Academic Catalog 
2022-2023 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Information Management, B.S.

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Degree Requirements

Students receiving a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Management degree must complete a minimum total of 180 Quarter Credit hours of instruction.

Core Curriculum Offerings

Area I: Humanities, Health and Wellness 25 Quarter Credit Hours
Area II: Social Sciences 15 Quarter Credit Hours
Area III: Sciences, Mathematics and Computers 20 Quarter Credit Hours

Total: 60 Quarter Credit Hours

Bachelor’s Degree Offerings

Area IV: Foundation to Major 30 Credit Hours
Area V: Major Courses 60 Credit Hours
Area VI: Electives 30 Credit Hours

Total: 120 Quarter Credit Hours

Total Bachelor’s Degree Requirements: 180 Quarter Credit Hours

Areas I, II, III

Core Curriculum Offerings   

Area V: Major Courses

60 Quarter Credit Hours (Grade of “C” or better required)

Area VI: Minor/Electives

30 Quarter Credit Hours (Grade of “C” or better required)

Choose a Minor of 25 credit hours and 5 elective credit hours OR choose 30 credit hours of elective courses not previously taken, with at least 15 credit hours at 300 level or above. Minimum grade of C or better required for the minor.

Additional Completion Requirements:

  1. Completion of at least four years of prescribed study, with at least 25% of coursework being earned at Life University.
  2. Satisfactory completion of all in Areas IV – VI courses with a minimum grade of “C” or better.
  3. Satisfactory completion of all courses with a minimum overall cumulative GPA of 2.0.
  4. A recommendation for graduation based on completion of the Exit Exam by the Dept. of Business faculty. Once declared a degree candidate by the Registrar’s Office, students will be invited to sit for the Exit Exam session most proximate to his/her eligible graduation ceremony. Failure to apply for graduation and/or failure to sit for the Exit Exam will preclude the student from graduation until the exam is taken.
  5. Completion of SLP requirements documented on co-curricular transcript.
  6. File a petition to graduate.
  7. Administrative and student reviews of records
    1. Registrar Office – Complete a formal academic records review
    2. Complete Exit Counseling, if applicable, online at www.StudentAid.gov
    3. Student Accounting – rectify any account balance

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