Information Technology

Campus contact person: Richard Brown, Computer Science

St. Olaf’s computer science major provides a deep foundation for applied computing fields since the concepts of computer science provide insights into all forms of computing and because St. Olaf’s program emphasizes “hands-on” experience to build up valuable technical skills and strong liberal arts interpersonal skills. The following courses are particularly recommended.

Recommended for information technology
CSCI 251
CSCI 252
Software Design and Implementation
and Software Design and Implementation Lab (0.25)
1.25
CSCI 263Ethical Issues in Software Design1.00
CSCI 273Operating Systems1.00
CSCI 276Programming Languages1.00
CSCI 284Mobile Computing Applications1.00
CSCI 300Topics in Computer Science1.00
CSCI 350Advanced Team Project1.00
Economics and management studies courses related to business and accounting
Internships in industry and/or on-campus with Information Technology (IT)
Recommended for information systems
CSCI 263Ethical Issues in Software Design1.00
CSCI 284Mobile Computing Applications1.00
CSCI 300Topics in Computer Science1.00
CSCI 350Advanced Team Project1.00
Economics and management studies courses related to business and accounting