Momotaz BegumASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Samuel CartonAssistant Professor
Aleksey CharapkoAssistant Professor
Michel CharpentierASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Laura DietzASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Mike GildersleevePRINCIPAL LECTURER
Ken GrafInstructorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alejandro HausnerSENIOR LECTURER
Matthew MagnussonLECTURERAnalytics & Data Science Program Coordinator
Arvind NarayanPRINCIPAL LECTURERCS Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Marek PetrikASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Matthew PlumleeSENIOR LECTURER
Elizabeth VarkiASSOCIATE PROFESSORGraduate Program Coordinator
Dongpeng XuASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Information Technology (Cognate)
Information Technology (Cognate)
Why pursue a cognate in information technology?
The information technology cognate is designed for students in other majors who wish to get a firm foundation in computing and information technology. The curriculum is rooted in fundamentals, and you will have the option to choose three courses from four different areas: computer applications, web, computing/programming, and statistics.Whether your major is in the sciences, social sciences, business,liberal arts,education or pre-law,you can benefit from the specific skills and technical knowledge provided by this cognate.
Why pursue your cognate in information technology at UNH?
The information technology cognate allows students who are interested in acquiring computing and information technology skills to receive recognition of their work on their transcript. You’ll have access to the UNH Inter Operability Lab,where you’ll work alongside top tech companies to test their equipment before it hits the marketplace. Many of UNH’s student organizations are a natural fit for those with an interest in computer science, such as the Cybersecurity Club, the Linux Club, and Wildcat Women in Computer Science. Plus, the Programming Assistance Center offers walk-in support and tutoring.
Potential career areas
- Business management
- Database administration
- Desktop support
- Marketing analysis
- Technology law
- Web development
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Curriculum & Requirements
The Toolbox Cognate in Information Technology is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills required by essentially any job today.
With introductory level options, including courses from outside the department,the cognate is of value to students who wish to get a firm foundation in areas related to computing and information technology. The cognate also gives students considering study of Information Technology or Computer Science an opportunity to sample abroad range of courses in the field.
The Cognate will appear on each student’s transcript.
The cognate consists of three courses with no more than two courses to be taken from the same category (some courses may have pre-requisites).
|CS #401||Computers and Their Applications||4|
|IT 403||Introduction to Internet Technologies||4|
|IT 502||Intermediate Web Design||4|
|CS 405||Introduction to Applications Programming||4|
|CS 410C||Introduction to Scientific Programming/C||4|
|or CS 410P||Introduction to Scientific Programming/Python|
|MATH 445||Mathematics and Applications with MATLAB||4|
|IT 505||Integrative Programming||4|
|IT 520||Computer Architecture||4|
|MATH 439||Statistical Discovery for Everyone||4|
|MATH 539||Introduction to Statistical Analysis||4|