B.S. in Computer Information Systems with Concentrations in Business Systems and Information Technology

Note: The B.S. in Computer Information Systems (with either concentration) is not accredited by the ACBSP.

Concentration in Business SystemsConcentration in Information Technology

Requirements for Concentration in Business Systems
DEGREE: Bachelor of Science

Liberal Arts and Sciences Core         49 credits
Computer Information Systems         49 credits
Open Electives         22 credits
Total      120 credits

Students who major in Computer Information Systems (with a Concentration in Business Systems) must complete:

CS 195

Computer Programming I

CS 196

Computer Programming II

CS 219

Business Spreadsheet Applications

CS 225

Operating Systems

CS 230

Emerging Technologies – Web Page Design

CS 238

E-Commerce

CS 260

Data Management Systems

CS 315

Elements of Systems Analysis (4 credits)

CS 348

Data Security and Disaster Recovery

BU 205

Principles of Economics

BU 211

Accounting I

BU 212

Accounting II

BU 305

Introduction to Statistics, or MA 207

BU 337

Principles of Finance

 Plus two additional computer science or business administration courses at the 200-level or above.

Requirements for Concentration in Information Technology
DEGREE: Bachelor of Science   

Liberal Arts and Sciences Core         49 credits
Computer Information Systems         49 credits
Open Electives         22 credits
Total      120 credits

Students who major in Computer Information Systems (with a Concentration in Information Technology) must complete:

CS 195

Computer Programming I

CS 196

Computer Programming II

CS 219

Business Spreadsheet Applications

CS 225

Operating Systems

CS 230

Emerging Technologies – Web Page Design

CS 240

Windows Programming

CS 260

Data Management Systems

CS 315

Elements of Systems Analysis (4 credits)

CS 320

Networking and Communications

CS 327

Internet and Enterprise Security

CS 348

Data Security and Disaster Recovery

CS 355

Web Applications using ASP.NET

BU 305

Introduction to Statistics, or MA 207

Plus 3 additional computer science or business administration courses (3 credit) at the 200-level or above.

STATEMENT OF OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT

Computer Information Systems Majors:
Students will be required to pass (minimum grade of C) the capstone course, CS 315 Elements of Systems Analysis and Design. The course enables the students to apply and integrate the knowledge and skills that they have learned in their major courses. The division regularly evaluates and revises its curricula based on the results of the outcomes assessment.


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