Data Intelligence through Information Technology Minor
For information, contact the CIT Department Office on the Hamilton campus at 301 Mosler Hall, 513-785-3132.
How to store, manage, and use data is a crucial component in almost any current domain or industry. In addition, understanding how data is transformed into information enriches the skills that a student can provide to any organization. This minor will provide students with the opportunity to use tools and techniques across all parts of the data lifecycle, including storage, management, analysis, use, and presentation.
|CIT 167||Information Technology People and Practices||2|
|CIT 168||Information Technology Tools and Techniques for Organizations||4|
|CIT 214||Database Design and Development||3|
|CIT 273||Web Application Development||3|
|CIT 348||Information Management and Retrieval||3|
|CIT 357||Current Practices in Information Technology||3|
|or CIT 448||Global and Strategic Issues in Information Technology|
|Total Credit Hours||22|