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Computer Information Systems

Computer Information Systems bridge the gaps between the technological solutions and the business applications to meet the information and technological needs of business and other enterprises. CIS is an immersive program designed to provide you with essential skills for developing and producing information technology solutions that will drive businesses and society forward.

What You'll Study

You will build a solid foundation in information systems through programming, database, and systems development courses. You will explore the interesting applications of information technologies in business analytics, mobile and Web applications, E-commerce, information security, and project management. You’ll also have a chance to examine how information systems are connected with marketing, finance, accounting, supply chain, law, sciences, and other areas.

Practical Experience

In almost every CIS course, you'll work on some real-world or simulated projects to produce software, a database, a mobile app, a website, a business analytic application, or an entire information system. In the capstone course, you'll work with business clients and develop information system solutions to meet their needs.

What's Next?

A major in Computer Information Systems will provide you with a strong knowledge base and essential technology skills for developing, implementing, and managing information technology and information system solutions in a variety of domains.

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Major Requirements

Required Courses
48 Credit Hours
MAT
135
College Algebra
MAT
223
Statistics
ECO
211
Principles of Microeconomics
ECO
212
Principles of Macroeconomics
ACC
211
Principles of Financial Accounting
BUS
307
Principles of Management
CIS
200
Introduction to Information Systems
CIS
205
Application Programming 1
CIS
206
Data Management for Business
CIS
305
Application Programming II
CIS
311
Database Systems Management
CIS
312
Systems Analysis and Design
CIS
321
Data and Information Processing
CIS
325
Web Application Development
CIS
331
Mobile Application Development
CIS
470
Computer Information Systems Capstone
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CIS Elective Courses
18 Credit Hours
CIS
240/340
Special Topics
CIS
322
Project Management
CIS
323
Web Application Design
CIS
420
Information Systems Security
CIS
421
Advanced Business Analytics
CIS
423
Introduction to E-Commerce
CIS
435
Enterprise Information Systems
CIS
481
Computer Information Systems Internship
LAW
310
Legal Environment of Business
MAT
368
Discrete Mathematics
ACC
371
Accounting Information Systems
BUS
301
Principles of Financial Management
BUS
309
Operations and Supply Chain Management
MRK
310
Principles of Marketing
ECO
331
International Economics
BUS
430
International Business
MRK
450
International Marketing
FIN
450
International Finance
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Academic Planning

If you have questions about your 4-year plan, please reach out to the Office of Admissions or Office of Academic Advising:

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Minors to Consider

Accounting

Business Administration

Management Information Systems

Mathematics

Marketing

Program Coordinator - Dr. Haiyan Huang

Haiyan Huang

Haiyan Huang

Email: hhuang@flagler.edu 

Office Phone: 904-819-6267