Okay, I have to admit, I went crazy trying to find a program that didn't require so much intensive math. Why? I SUCK at MATH, SO BAD. I think I must be math dyslexic. Well, in truth, I have trouble with sequencing, so I just have a hard time at it.
So I started out in computer science. Did GREAT in the programming classes. But we needed calculus. Forget it.
I tried the MIS programs, business Administration. Did great in the SQL, project management classes. SUCKED at accounting.
Every where I looked, the IT programs required an insane amount of math and I just kept hitting brick wall after brick wall.
Until I found the Information Studies program at FSU.
First, let me tell you, this comes out of what was originally their Library and Information Systems Degree. Not Math - BOOKS. AHA!
Now I LOVE to READ. I READ AND READ AND READ AND READ.
I would read so much in grade school and high school that I often didn't do my homework. But what an education I got from my reading!
At any rate - the Information Studies program at FSU has a technology track. They teach web design, database, network design, etc etc. They teach this from a project management point of view. But you get real hands on experience in designing websites in functionality, usability, etc. I am about halfway through the program and I love it!
Now granted, I've already got a solid background in programming, scripting, system administration, so I didn't come into the program with NO technical knowledge - but they were GREAT at putting it all together. I've really enjoyed the program and would highly highly recommend it to ANYONE and EVERYONE! Especially if you have a math phobia like me! http://ci.fsu.edu/
Their graduate program is wholly online. It's been GREAT!