Computer Information Systems, B.A.
Upon successful completion of the program of studies for Computer Information Systems, the student will receive a B.A. in Computer Information Systems and will have given evidence of the following outcomes and goals:
- Given a case study, students will critically evaluate the problem presented, identify the appropriate computer-based application most relevant to the problem, and produce a logically consistent solution.
- Given real world problems and case studies, students will apply knowledge of legal, ethical, and socially responsible best practices in the profession to address and solve the issues presented.
To earn this degree, you must successfully complete at least 120 credits, including your General Education requirements and the major requirements below.
A minimum of 30 semester hours of computer science and information systems courses are required for the Bachelor of Arts in Computer Information Systems, including:
|CS123||Computer Programming I||4|
|CS126||Computer Programming II||3|
|CS231||Introduction to Database Systems||3|
|IS224||Introduction to Business Analytics||3|
|IS320||Management Information Systems||3|
|Select from the following electives:||8|
|Survey of Networks & Telecommunications|
|Computer Network Administration|