The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems degree combines knowledge of leading-edge information technologies and systems methodologies with an understanding of the ever-changing needs of today's dynamic business environment.
- Traditional (on campus)
- Global Online (100% online)
(The online format is designed as an upper-division program primarily for students who have already earned an associate degree or at least 50 credits.)
This program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering Technology (ABET), www.abet.org.
|General Education Courses||40 or 41|
|Building a Sense of Community
UNI 100 First-Year Seminar OR HON 100 Honors and University Orientation
ENG 101 English Composition I OR HON 150 Honors Composition I
Any Public Speaking Course
|Mathematics and Quantitative Literacy
MAT 281 Calculus I OR MAT 273 Applied Calculus
|Health and Wellness
Any Health and Wellness Course
CIS 110 Introduction to Information Systems
Any Humanities Course
Any Fine Arts Course
Any Natural Sciences Course
|3 or 4|
BUS 100 Introduction to Business
|General Education Options
|Required Major Courses||31|
|CIS 220 Application Programming II||3|
|CIS 299 Systems Analysis I||3|
|CIS 321 Database Design and Data Modeling||3|
|CIS 322 Database Application Programming||3|
|CIS 330 Web Programming I||3|
|CIS 332 Web Programming II||3|
|CIS 341 CISCO CCNA 1||4|
|CIS 354 Systems Project Management
|CIS 490 Senior Project Capstone I||3|
|CIS 492 Senior Project Capstone II||3|
|CIS Elective Courses (select 12 credits)*
|Required Related Courses****||15|
|Coursework Related to the Major||6|
|MAT 215 Statistics OR MAT 225 Business Statistics||3|
|MAT 195 Discrete Mathematical Structures||3|
|Free Electives||15 or 16|
Additional requirements, not counted toward the General Education requirements, include:
- Special Experience Course (1 course required): CIS 492 Senior Project Capstone II
- Writing-Intensive Component Courses (2 courses required): CIS 490 Senior Project Capstone I AND CIS 492 Senior Project Capstone II
- Laboratory Course (1 course required): Any Laboratory Course
* Students may choose any course listed; however, selecting all courses from a grouping offers a specialization in a CIS area.
** Upon completion of CIS 343, student will be prepared to take certification exam.
*** A maximum of four credits can be used for internship toward the program.
**** Students will select to take 15 credits from either the Business or GIS grouping. At least three credits must be 300-level or higher.