Computer Information Systems, B.S. (55-57 Credit Major)

In Computer Science:

Required Courses (19 credits):

Credits
CIS 166Computer Programming for Information Processing I

3

CIS 211Computer Information Systems

4

CIS 212Microcomputer Architecture

3

CIS 244Introduction to Database Management

3

CIS 331Network Introduction

3

CIS 344Database Design and Programming

3

Elective Courses (6-8 credits):

Two additional courses chosen from the 200-level (or higher) CIS courses or from:

Credits
CGI 221Applied Imaging and Applications to the World Wide Web I

3

CGI 321Computer Modeling and Design I

3

CGI 421Computer Animation I

3

CMP 326Programming Methods II

4

One of the courses must be a 300- (or 400-) level CIS course.

In Mathematics:

Required Courses (15 credits):

Credits
MAT 132Introduction to Statistics

4

MAT 174Elements of Calculus

4

MAT 301Applied Statistics and Computer Analysis for Social Scientists

3

MAT 348Mathematical Methods for Management

4

MAT 174: Students considering graduate work should take MAT 175, MAT 176 instead of MAT 174.

In Economics:

Required Courses (9 credits):

Credits
ECO 166Introduction to Macroeconomics

3

ECO 167Introduction to Microeconomics

3

 

ACC 185Introduction to Accounting for Non-Accounting Majors

3

Or

ACC 171Principles of Accounting I

3

Further Electives (6 credits):

Students must choose two courses from the following:

Credits
CIS One 200-level CIS course

PHI 221Ethical Issues in Computing and Technology

3

POL 299Law, Computers, and the Internet: The Politics of Information Technology

3

One 200-level CIS course: Or higher, for 3 credits.

At least one of PHI 221 and POL 299 must be chosen.

For departmental honors, see one of the advisors in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.