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Computer Information Systems

Requirements for the Major

Computer Information Systems and Supporting Courses:

ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I
CS 151 Principles of Computer Science I
CS 152 Principles of Computer Science II
CS 310 Human-Computer Interaction
CS 321 Database Theory and Design
CS 601 Capstone I
CS 602 Capstone II
ECO 150 Economic Reasoning
MTH 241 Discrete Mathematics

Plus, one of the following:

BA 250 Principles and Practices of Project Management
CS 351 Software Engineering

Plus, one of the following:

ACC 202 Principles of Accounting II
BA 240 Entrepreneurship
BA 310 Organizations & Management

Plus, one of the following:

MTH 131 Applied Calculus
MTH 150 Calculus I

Plus, one of the following:

MTH 135 Concepts of Statistics
MTH 335 Statistics

Plus, 12 semester hours of Computer Science electives, comprising:

At most, 4 semester hours from the CS 11x series
At most, 4 semester hours from any CS 200-level course
At least 4 semester hours from any 300-level or above CS course

 

What can you do with a Computer Information Systems degree?

Imagine yourself a systems analyst, business analyst, programmer, database administrator, web designer, or software designer.