Residency requirement: a minimum of 30 course credits and at least half (50 per cent) of the course credits required in each undergraduate degree program major/minor must be taken at York University.
Graduation requirement: students must successfully complete (pass) at least 120 credits which meet the Faculty's degree and program requirements with a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.00.
General education: a minimum of 21 general education credits as follows:
- 6.00 credits in natural science (NATS)
- a 9.00 credit approved general education course in the social science or humanities categories
- a 6.00 credit approved general education course in the opposite category to the 9.00 credit course in social science or humanities already taken
Major credits: 60 credits including:
(i) 42 credits consisting of the following:
- AP/ITEC 1000 3.00 Introduction to Information Technology;
- AP/ITEC 1010 3.00 Information and Organizations;
- AP/ITEC 1620 3.00 Object-based Programming;
- AP/ITEC 2600 3.00 Introduction to Analytical Programming;
- AP/ITEC 2610 3.00 Object-oriented Programming;
- AP/ITEC 2620 3.00 Introduction to Data Structures;
- AP/ITEC 3010 3.00 Systems Analysis and Design;
- AP/ITEC 3020 3.00 Web Technologies;
- AP/ITEC 3030 3.00 Systems Architecture;
- AP/ITEC 3210 3.00 Applied Data Communications and Networks;
- AP/ITEC 3220 3.00 Using and Designing Database Systems;
- AP/ITEC 3230 3.00 Designing User Interfaces;
- AP/ITEC 4010 3.00 Systems Analysis and Design II;
- AP/ITEC 4020 3.00 Internet Client Server Systems;
(ii) 18 credits from other ITEC courses.
Note: at least 12 credits in the major must be completed at the 4000 level.
Upper-level credits: at least 36 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level, including at least 18 credits at the 4000 level.
Credits outside the major: 18 credits including SC/MATH 1190 3.00 (Introduction to Sets and Logic); SC/MATH 2565 3.00 (Introduction to Applied Statistics); AP/WRIT 3988 3.00 (Effective Writing and Research) or AP/WRIT 3989 3.00 (Writing in the Workplace). (Note: students who are completing a double major or major/minor are deemed to have fulfilled this requirement.)