Minor in Computer Information Systems
Students majoring in another subject who wish to minor in computer information systems (CIS) must complete the following requirements.
|CIS A110||Computer Concepts in Business||3|
|CIS A210||Contemporary Business Applications Development||3|
|CIS A330||Database Management Systems||3|
|CIS A376||Management Information Systems *||3|
|Upper Division CIS Electives||6|
BBA economics, finance, global logistics, management, and marketing degree students must take CIS A310 instead of CIS A376 for the minor and 6 credits of upper-division electives from the following list:
|CIS A361||Advanced Contemporary Business Applications Development||3|
|CIS A390||Selected Topics in Management Information Systems||1-6|
|CIS A395||Programmer/Analyst Internship||3|
|CIS A430||Client-Server Programming for Business Applications||3|
|CIS A445||Advanced Network Management||3|
|CIS A460||Web Development in the .Net Environment||3|
|CIS A495||Systems Analyst/User Support Internship||3|
|CIS A498||Individual Research Project||1-6|
|ECON A312||Econometrics for Business and Economics||3|
|ECON A429||Business Forecasting||3|
All students pursuing the Minor in CIS must apply to the College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP) for upper-division standing prior to taking any upper-division course in CIS. Students pursuing a baccalaureate degree outside CBPP with a Minor in CIS can establish upper-division standing by going to the CBPP Student Advising Center and certifying they have completed at least 54 credits in their degree program and have completed the General Education Requirements of 6 credits of written communications, 3 credits of oral communication, 3 credits of college algebra (MATH A121 or MATH A151 or equivalent), and 12 credits in the fine arts, humanities, social sciences or natural sciences.
A total of 18 credits is required for the minor, 12 of which must be upper division.