M.S. in Graphic Information Technology 4+1 Program
Graphic Information Technology
GIT offers a 4+1 degree for those students enrolled in the GIT B.S. or B.A.S. degree programs. This accelerated degree allows for twelve (12) credit hours of shared classes, between the undergraduate and graduate program, so students will complete 141 overall credit hours for these accelerated degree programs.
Eligible Undergraduate Degrees
- B.S. in Graphic Information Technology
- B.S. in Graphic Information Technology (Gaming)
- B.A.S. in Applied Science (Graphic Information Technology)
- B.A.S. in Applied Science (Internet & Web Development)
- Minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA (scale is 4.00=A) at time of application and through completion of undergraduate degree requirements
- Must have earned 75 credit hours to apply; earned 90 credits hours (and be admitted to the 4+1 program) before taking shared classes
- Must be able to maintain a 3.0 GPA for all coursework on the graduate plan of study, or iPOS
Steps to Apply
- Meet with the 4+1 advisor
- Complete and sign the 4+1 Agreement and submit it to the 4+1 advisor, who will notify student of approval via email
- After notification of approved 4+1 Agreement, submit all required admission materials (noted below).
- Admission is not guaranteed.
- A completed online Graduate Admissions Application
- One (1)-page Statement of Purpose addressing area of interest and goals after graduate school
- If international applicant, must meet the English proficiency requirement or qualify for an exemption.
Shareable courses are 400-level and 500-level courses that are approved to be shared between undergraduate and graduate programs for students admitted to an accelerated degree. GPA requirements apply.
The following classes may not be shared:
- GIT413: Professional Portfolio Design and Presentation
- GIT480: Senior Project
- GIT590: Reading and Conference