Thomas Wallace, Program Coordinator, Advanced Instructor
Admission Standards and Procedures
The information technology (IT) minor is intended for students majoring in the arts, humanities, social sciences, sciences, and other programs that do not have an intensive computing component. These students do not need to have extensive background in computers or technology, but they should demonstrate:
- Problem-solving skills
- Leadership abilities
- Oral and written communication skills
- Interests in information technology
Visit ualr.edu/informationtechnology for a description of the IT minor or to schedule an advising appointment. Materials may also be obtained at the Information Science office, EIT Building, Room 533, phone (501) 916-5230.
To apply for this program, students must complete or have completed the following:
- Completion of 30 or more semester hours and a GPA of 2.5 or greater.
- Declaration of a major at UA Little Rock.
The IT minor consists of three six-hour courses, ITEC 3610 , ITEC 3650 , and ITEC 4610 . The courses must be taken in sequence. The grading scale for the courses is A, B, I, and NC. An I is given for incomplete work in one or more areas as defined in the Undergraduate Catalog with the exception that a grade of I will convert to a grade of NC instead of F. Any student receiving a grade of NC (No Credit) in an ITEC course will be removed from the program.