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Computer Information Systems

In our modern world of ever-growing technology and communication, pieces of information are processed in ways we never imagined. CIS is an immersive program designed to provide you with the essential skills to navigate this new digital landscape.

What You'll Study

You'll build a solid foundation in information systems through database and systems development courses. You will explore the interesting applications of information technologies in Web, business analytics, project management, and other areas. You'll also examine issues critical to managing information systems, such as security.

 

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
12 Credit Hours
CIS
200
Foundation of Information Systems
CIS
311
Foundation of Information Systems
CIS
312
Foundation of Information Systems
CIS
201
Programming and Software Applications Development
CIS
301
Programming and Software Applications Development
CIS
325
Programming and Software Applications Development
CIS
331
Programming and Software Applications Development
CIS
206
Data and Information Processing
CIS
470
Practicum
CIS
321
Data and Information Processing
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CIS Elective Courses
Minimum 9 Credit Hours
CIS
420
Information Security
CIS
421
Big Data and Analytics
CIS
323
Software and Web Development
CIS
435
Systems Integration
CIS
322
Practicum
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Other Electives
Minimum 3 Credit Hours
ECO
201
Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO
202WI
Principles of Macroeconomics
ACC
211
Principles of Financial Accounting
BUS
307
Principles of Management
MAT
135
College Algebra
MAT
223
Statistics
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