Ready to Start Your Information Technology Career?

Students seeking admission to the IT program must graduate from an accredited high school with the following units:

  • English 4 units
  • College preparatory Math 4 units*
  • Science 4 units
  • Social Sciences 3 units
  • Electives 5 units**

*Mathematics units must include 1 unit of algebra II or the equivalent of algebra II.

**Electives can include any combination of foreign language, fine arts, business, career-technical education, family and consumer sciences, technology, agricultural education, or additional core coureses not otherwise required.

Preference may be given for completion of foreign language (2 units of the same language) or additional core courses (English, math sciences, social studies) not otherwise required for graduation.

Note: 1 unit is defined as the equivalent to one full year of course instruction.

Our requirements for ACT or SAT scoring can change periodically. Please call or email if you have questions.

If you have not graduated from an accredited high school, but hold a GED certificate, you will be considered for admission.

Articulation Agreements

Already hold an Associate degree or are close to completion?

Articulation agreements are currently being drafted with numerous two-year colleges within Ohio. Many Associate Degrees which focus on computing technologies move into the IT degree program with relative ease. Contact us to see where you would stand in the Bachelors degree IT program after having completed an AS.

Transfer Students

Want to transfer into IT from another college, university, or program?

Many students find out about IT after starting their college career in another area of study or they find out that computing is exciting with significant future potential. Transfer students must be in good standing according to standards of the college from which they wish to transfer, and must have a minimum 2.75 grade-point average. Contact us to find out more information or if you are ready to make the move.

These majors are good examples of programs you can transfer from:

  • Clermont College / Associate of Computer Programming
  • Cincinnati State / Web Design degree
  • RWC / Computer Support Technology and Computer Support Technology (Web track)
  • Southern State / Computer Technology program
  • Sinclair / Computer Information System program with the following tracks: web development, software development, network engineer, network manager