bas-it studentInformation Technology: Application Development

The Bachelor's of Applied Science in Information Technology: Application Development (BAS-IT:AD) has been designed to ensure graduates have a strong technical foundation in application and software development.

Program Details 

The BAS-IT:AD program is an additional two years of full-time study beyond a two-year associate degree.

  • Six quarters of classes
  • Three classes (15 credits) per quarter
  • No summer classes

Students are prepared to work in teams as application developers and designers, to manage IT projects, and to prepare software documentation.

Application information will be available Dec. 1 for fall 2021.

Minimum Admission Requirements

Admission into the BAS-IT: AD program is merit-based. Meeting the minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission as the number of qualified applicants may exceed the number of amiable enrollment spaces. In order to be placed into the admissions pool, applicants must complete or submit the following:

  • Completion of the BAS application materials
  • Proof of an earned associate’s or higher degree or 90 credits (junior standing) from a regionally accredited college or university with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • Proof of completing 10 or more lower division credits in programming languages with a minimum 2.0 grade in each course


Required Courses

The following courses must be completed prior to earning a bachelor's degree. These courses can be included in the two year degree or be completed during the bachelor’s program in addition to the required courses. Students who have completed the requirements at the time of application will receive preferred entrance consideration.

  • ENGL& 101 – English Composition I (5 credits)
  • Social Science – any 100 level or above course that carries Social Science (SS) distribution
  • CMST& 220 – Public Speaking (5 credits)
  • Natural Science – any 100 level or above course that carries Natural Science (NS) distribution w/lab
  • MATH& 141 – Pre-Calculus I (5 credits) OR MATH 118 Linear Algebra (5 credits) OR MATH 128 Discrete Structures (5 credits)
  • Five additional credits in the general education requirement


The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) sets the tuition rate.

For the current year's tuition rate, see Tuition & Fees - Bachelor of Applied Science.

The cost of room and board would be additional.

Financial Aid

For information on applying for financial aid, see Financial Aid.


Students can apply for scholarships online from Dec. 1-March 1. Visit the scholarships page for information and a link to the online application.

BAS-IT Education Plan

Degree: Bachelor of Applied Science
Emphasis: Information Technology-Application Development
Credits: 90

Junior Year  
Fall Quarter
  • CMST 330 Prof & Org Communication **  * - 5 credits
  • I T 301 App Dev Fundamentals - 5 credits
  • Elective - 5 credits
Winter Quarter
  • I T 330 Software Engineering I - 5 credits
  • I T 350 Advanced Databases - 5 credits
  • MATH& 146 Introduction to Stats ** - 5 credits
Spring Quarter
  • HUM 315 Ethics ** * - 5 credits
  • I T 310 Adv Web Applications - 5 credits
  • I T 340 Software Engineering II - 5 credits

Notes - * Course has a prerequisite. **Must meet GURs (General University Requirements/Distribution Requirements) as listed under the Associate in Arts Degree (DTA).

Senior Year  
Fall Quarter
  • I T 415 Data Structures & Algorithms - 5 credits
  • I T 420 Business Intelligence App 5 - 5 credits
  • MATH 228 Discrete Mathematics ** - 5 credits
Winter Quarter
  • I T 410 Adv. Data Access Techniques - 5 credits
  • I T 435 Current Topics in Computing - 5 credits
  • Elective - 5 credits
Spring Quarter
  • I T 430 Info Security for Developers - 5 credits
  • I T 440 Internship 1 OR I T 460 BAS-IT: AD Capstone - 5 credits
  • Elective - 5 credits

Notes - * Course has a prerequisite. **Must meet GURs (General University Requirements/Distribution Requirements) as listed under the Associate in Arts Degree (DTA). 


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Office:  TEC 114E
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