Dec 04, 2023  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog

The “2 + 2” Computer Technology Program

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The Department offers a program for holders of an associate degree; this program leads to a Bachelor of Science in Computer Technology. The student entering this program will have completed the core requirements of a computer technology program and some general education credits at a community college or junior college. The student must complete the remaining general education and institutional requirements, upper division courses and elective courses at Bowie State University.

Admission To The Program

A student will be admitted to this program if he or she has:

  1. An associate degree in computer technology or closely related area and
  2. A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5 (on a scale of 4).

Note: A student with an Associate Degree in an area other than Computer Technology may be admitted to the program upon successful completion of selected computer science and technology courses that will be determined by the Department.

Graduation Requirements

  1. Completion of at least 120 semester credit hours of which at least 60 credit hours must be completed at Bowie State University.
  2. Completion of at least 24 semester credit hours of computer science technology requirements at Bowie State University.
  3. Completion of the general education and institutional requirements of Bowie State University.
  4. Successful completion of the English Proficiency Examination. Meeting all other relevant graduation requirements as specified in the University catalog.


To pursue this program, the student will meet with the 2+2 Program Coordinator to draw up a Program of Study, which lists the courses to be taken to satisfy the program requirements. The selection of courses will be made based on the courses already completed. The 2+2 Program Coordinator will advise each student individually.

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