Computer Information Systems
Computer Information Systems (CIS) is a rapid-growth, high-demand area combining studies in computer science and business administration.
The CIS major has been designed to meet the demand for graduates with a knowledge of information systems and their application to business environments.
Along with an emphasis on computer applications in software, hardware and programming, CIS majors receive a strong business and liberal arts education. CIS represents the largest area in computing and our graduates are prepared for careers in a variety of industries. The Computer Science facility contains the PC and Apple computer laboratories, classrooms, and faculty offices.
Small classes allow faculty members to provide individualized attention to students and the students' projects and research. Additionally, the department is fully connected to the Internet and every lab PC or work station has complete Internet access.
Required credits: 48 credits minimum; 36 upper division credits. 2.0 minimum GPA.
BUS 253 (4) Accounting and Financial Info in Business
BUS 367 (4) Behavior in Organization
CSC 210 (4) Intro to Computer Programming
CSC 331 (4) Systems Analysis
CSC 350 (4) Data Communications & Networks
CSC 410 (4) Database Management Systems
CSC 499 (4) Capstone
Elective Courses in Major
16 additional upper division Computer Science credits in which up to 8 credits can be substituted by recommended Business Administration courses.
MATH 241 (4) Discrete Mathematics
Minor in Computer Information Systems
20 credits minimum, 12 credits upper division; 12 credits Computer Science, Business Administration, 367, 381.