In order for a student to receive the bachelor of science degree in computer information technology, the following requirements must be met:
- A total of 120 semester hours must be earned with a 2.0 grade point average and all general core education requirements met. No student may graduate with less than 25% of the required degree hours (exclusive of testing, prior learning, and military credit) earned at Trevecca.
- Based on a review of a student’s transcripts, transfer credit may be awarded for IT courses in the core program. A minimum of 36 credit hours of the degree must be from CIT related coursework taken at Trevecca. The core CIT courses and any courses that count toward the minimum 36 credit hour requirement for IT courses taken at Trevecca must result in a minimum grade of a C-. Additionally, no courses may be waived after Semester I.
- In addition to the 48 hours earned through the CIT program, 72 additional semester hours must be earned to meet the degree-completion requirements of 120 total semester hours. Of these 120 hours, a minimum of 60 college credit hours must be earned. A maximum of 60 hours can be earned through prior learning methods.