The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (WebBSIT) is a degree program jointly offered by six institutions of the University System of Georgia (the WebBSIT consortium): Armstrong State University, Clayton State University, Columbus State University, Georgia Southern University, Georgia Southwestern State University, and Southern Polytechnic State University.
This is only a suggested program plan of study assuming students have completed Area A-E core before starting the program or they will take Area A-E core courses via eCore ® or elsewhere (see note 4 for more information). WebBSIT is a rigorous degree program. Most of our WebBSIT students are full-time working professionals. We, in general, recommend our WebBSIT students take no more than 12 credit hours in fall and spring semesters and take no more than 6 credit hours during summer semesters.
W = fully online courses reserved for WebBSIT students. Other Armstrong students can take these courses provided seats are available. These courses are offered annually during the identified semesters. Course offering may be changed by the WebBSIT consortium.
Statistics and Free Electives are not offered by the WebBSIT program. Students will take Statistics either via eCore ® or campus online, or face to face offering.
To complete the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree program (WebBSIT), students must satisfactorily complete 120 hours of coursework consisting of 42 hours of Core Areas A-E, 69 hours of Area F and upper-level program courses and 9 hours of free electives. The WebBSIT consists of upper-level courses and an Information Technology Area F sequence; students will complete Areas A-E via eCore® or elsewhere. In addition, students must fulfill a residency requirement of a minimum of 30 hours of online courses within the WebBSIT, of which 24 hours must be drawn from upper division required courses.