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Integrated Information Technology

The Integrated Information Technology program is a leader in the areas of system design and implementation, network support and administration, database systems, website design and management, corporate training and development, health information technology, project management, technology innovation and change management.

What to Expect

As a student in the Bachelor of Science in Integrated Information Technology program, you will perfect your information technology and communication skills and you will develop an understanding of business and technological issues. You will receive in-depth instruction in five major areas, including computer networking, database systems, corporate training and development and end-user support.

You will also benefit from hands-on experience that bridges the gap between what you learn in the classroom and how you’ll have to use that learning in the real world. Through a senior capstone course, you will incorporate each core area while working with a real business to solve actual system issues and design the needed solutions. You will also complete an internship to gain additional hands-on experience.


Undergraduate Degree

B B.S. in Integrated Information Technology

The Integrated Information Technology Program is part of the College of Engineering and Computing.

The following courses fulfill some of the requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Integrated Information Technology:

  • Professional Internship Seminar
  • Introduction to Technology Support and Training Management
  • Introduction to Networking
  • Applications for Technical Support I
  • End-user Interface Design
  • Web-based Support Systems
  • Records Management
  • Corporate Training and Development
  • Advanced Networking
  • Technical Support
  • Professional Internship
  • Training Systems
  • Analysis and Applications of Project Management Software
  • Project Management for Information Systems

Apply for Undergraduate Admission

Our Office of Undergraduate Admissions provides the most current information on the application process so you can check the requirements based on your current status and find university scholarships.


Graduate Degrees

The College of Engineering and Computing offers a master’s degree in Health Information TechnologyWhile the information below describes the in-person program offered at UofSC's Columbia campus, there is also an online master's in Health Information Technology program. Admission requirements for both programs are the same. A combined Pharm.D./Master of Health Information Technology (MHIT) degree is also available to gain expertise in the management of both health care systems and information technology.

M  Health Information Technology (MHIT) 

Graduate Director: Robert Brookshire, 803-777-6570,
Program Contact: Janice Bedenbaugh, 803-777-6622,

Application information for this degree is available through our Graduate School.

Explore Our Graduate School 

The Graduate School administers the application process for all of the university's doctoral, master’s, certificate and dual degree programs. Take a look at what you will need to do before you apply.