The Computer Information Systems major is designed to
1) familiarize programmers with business-oriented programming;
2) educate future software engineers in commercial software development;
3) provide students with the analytical tools required for information systems; and
4) prepare students for graduate programs in information systems. Majors must have a “C” or better in all courses required of the major.
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEM MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (Total: 73-74 Credit Hours)
Admission requirements: All students intending to declare themselves computer information systems majors must:
Required Courses (38 credit hours): CS200 (or equivalent), CS201, CS202, CS303, CS315, CS360, CS380, CS403, CS425, CS431, BA110, and BA240.
Required Support Course (16 - 17 credit hours): MA151, MA203, MA385, and either MA165 or both MA161a and MA161b.
Elective courses (15 credit hours): Choose 15 credit hours from among the following courses: BA110, BA200, BA201, BA210, BA320, BA441, or LW442.
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS MINOR REQUIREMENTS (Total: 44 Credit Hours)
The CIS minor program is intended to provide students majoring in other discipline a broad coverage of information systems
Required Courses (47 credit hours): CS200, CS201, CS202, CS303, CS315, CS403, CS425, MA151, MA161a, BA110, BA200, BA201, BA240, and BA320.
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