Minor in Computer Information Systems

Minor Overview           

        The objective of the minor in computer information systems is to equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to allow them to work in organizations that have diverse information processing needs or to found businesses of their own, utilizing the knowledge gained in the minor and in the overall Business curriculum. The CIS minor is particularly designed to prepare students for careers in computer and management information departments of firms and other organizations and for additional graduate study in information systems or business.  In conjunction with the entire Business curriculum, students are also trained in the fundamentals of new business creation.

Courses Required

For Business Majors

  • CIS 115 - Applications in Computer Information Systems
  • CIS 221 - Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
  • MGT 301 - Management Principles
  • CIS 381 - Information Systems
  • CIS 484 - Systems Analysis and Design
  • Any two of the following courses:
    • CIS 322 - Advanced Object-Oriented Programming
    • CIS 371 - Web Site Development
    • CIS 382 - Database Management Systems
    • CIS 403 - Operating Systems 
    • CIS 470 - e-Commerce
    • CIS 486 - Digital Communications and Networks
    • CIS 495 - Special Topics in Computer Information Systems

 

For Non-Business Majors

  • CIS 221 - Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
  • CIS 322 - Advanced Object-Oriented Programming
  • CIS 403 - Operating Systems
  • CIS 484 - Systems Analysis and Design
  • Any two of the following courses:
    • CIS 371 - Web Site Development
    • CIS 381 - Information Systems
    • CIS 486 - Digital Communications and Networks
    • CIS 495 - Special Topics in Computer Information Systems