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A.S. and A.A.S. in Cybersecurity at Ivy Tech to B.S. in Informatics at IUPUI

Students who graduate from Ivy Tech with the Associate of Science or Associate of Applied Science in Cybersecurity must complete these remaining courses in order to earn the Bachelor of Science in Informatics from IUPUI.

By completing your A.S. or A.A.S degree, you will have fulfilled the area of specialization toward your B.S. in Informatics, using cybersecurity as your specialization.

Students must earn a C or higher in all courses, as well as a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher in order to graduate. Students must reach a minimum number of 120 credit hours to graduate, but may exceed 120. Some courses may be completed during the summer if desired, to lighten the course load during the semester and ensure on-time graduation

 

Plan of Study—Associate of Science

Semester 5 (16 cr.)

Semester 6 (16 cr.)

Semester 7 (15 cr.)

Semester 8 (13 cr.)

Note: Electives can be chosen from general unrestricted electives or in area of specialization (minor or certificate) to enhance the degree.

Classes marked * are available online and on campus; classes marked ** are available only online.

 

Plan of Study—Associate of Applied Science

Semester 5 (16 cr.)

Semester 6 (16 cr.)

Semester 7 (15 cr.)

Semester 8 (13 cr.)

Note: Classes marked * are available online and on campus; classes marked ** are available only online.

Questions?

For additional details on the 2+2 Agreement, please visit the Passport Office.