The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) of KU's School of Engineering introduced its exciting new undergraduate degree, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT), for the KU Edwards Campus in 2012 to address the IT needs of industrial and governmental organizations in Johnson Country and the Greater Kansas City metropolitan area.

The BSIT program focuses on technology, managerial, and administrative sides of information technology and its curriculum offers courses in computer information security, systems administration, Web systems and technologies, information security management, software development, computer networks, database design, human-computer interaction, project management, system architecture and integration, operating systems, social and professional issues in IT, network security, and such. The BSIT curriculum is based on the ACM/IEEE-CS Curriculum Guidelines for Undergraduate Program in Information Technology and is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET (http://www.abet.org).

The BSIT program was developed in cooperation with the Johnson County Community College (JCCC) and with a unique partnership with the Johnson Country Education Research Triangle (JCERT). The joint goal is to create economic stimulus and a higher quality of life in Johnson County through new facilities and educational opportunities.

We thank you for visiting our website and invite you to explore the excellent educational opportunities we offer.

Please note: the BSIT and MSIT programs are two of the 11 undergraduate and graduate degree programs offered by the EECS Department. We have developed this website as a convenience for the IT students and visitors to facilitate quick access to the most relevant information they may need. For the full range of departmental degree programs (five undergraduate, four Master's, and two Ph.D. degree programs), please visit the main EECS website.

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