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Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems

The Computer and Mathematical Sciences Department offers Bachelor of Science degrees in computer science and computer information systems, management information systems as well as mathematics. The degrees provide a liberal arts education while emphasizing preparation for either graduate school or a rewarding career. Students are provided with a rigorous theoretical background coupled with practical and essential skills to begin either a rewarding career in the computer field or advanced studies in graduate school. The programs reflect important trends and developments in the computer field.

The computer degree programs are based on Computing Curricula 2001 prepared by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the IEEE Computer Society. The computer science degree has a significant mathematics component while the computer information systems and management information systems degrees require several business courses. The degrees provide a wide variety of elective courses that allow the student to tailor a program of study to match their interests.

Students majoring in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems or Management Information Systems are required to purchase a laptop computer no later than the semester in which they enroll in CISS 245 Advanced Programming.

Department

Degree Requirements

A. General Education Requirements 38-41 sem. hrs
3 hrs
MGMT 368View Syllabus Business Ethics or 3 hrs
PHIL 330View Syllabus Ethics
 
B. Multicultural Requirement 3 sem. hrs
 
C. Core Requirements 41 sem. hrs
CISS 240View Syllabus Introduction to Programming and 4 hrs
CISS 245View Syllabus Advanced Programming and 4 hrs
ORSyllabus Not Available
CISS 241View Syllabus Programming I and 3 hrs
CISS 242View Syllabus Programming II and 3 hrs
CISS 243View Syllabus Programming III 3 hrs
CISS 285View Syllabus Structured Systems Analysis & Design and 3 hrs
CISS 325View Syllabus Systems Analysis, Design & Implementation Projects 3 hrs
ORSyllabus Not Available
CISS 280View Syllabus Systems Analysis and Design I and 3 hrs
CISS 320View Syllabus Systems Analysis and Design II 3 hrs
CISS 350View Syllabus Advanced Algorithms and Data Structures 3 hrs
CISS 360View Syllabus Computer Systems and Assembly Language 3 hrs
CISS 430View Syllabus Introduction to Database Systems 3 hrs
CISS 493View Syllabus Senior Seminar in Computer Information Systems 3 hrs
ACCT 280View Syllabus Accounting I 3 hrs
ACCT 281View Syllabus Accounting II 3 hrs
FINC 350View Syllabus Business Finance 3 hrs
MATH 250View Syllabus Statistics I 3 hrs
 
D. Computer Information Systems Electives 18 sem. hrs
CISS 145View Syllabus Introduction to Python Programming or 3 hrs
CISS 234View Syllabus Visual Basic or 3 hrs
CISS 238View Syllabus Java Programming 3 hrs
CISS 355Syllabus Not Available Directed Study 1-3 hrs
CISS 370View Syllabus Operating Systems or 3 hrs
CISS 301View Syllabus Operating Systems for Business Computing 3 hrs
CISS 375Download PDF Compiler Construction 3 hrs
CISS 380View Syllabus Computer Graphics 3 hrs
CISS 390View Syllabus Global Information Systems Management* 3 hrs
CISS 391View Syllabus Information Systems Security 3 hrs
CISS 410View Syllabus Computer Networks and Communications or 3 hrs
CISS 302View Syllabus Business Data Communications and Networking 3 hrs
CISS 420View Syllabus Computer Architecture 3 hrs
CISS 433Syllabus Not Available Topics 1-3 hrs
CISS 438View Syllabus Object-Oriented Design and Analysis 3 hrs
CISS 445View Syllabus Programming Languages 3 hrs
CISS 450View Syllabus Artificial Intelligence 3 hrs
CISS 455Syllabus Not Available Directed Study 1-3 hrs
CISS 465View Syllabus Software Engineering 3 hrs
CISS 472View Syllabus Data Warehousing and Decision Support Systems 3 hrs
CISS 499View Syllabus Internship 1-6 hrs
 
E. Electives 20-23 sem. hrs
120 sem. hrs
 
F. CISS 493 Senior Seminar in Computer Information Systems is the culminating evaluative course for the Computer Information Systems Program and includes the assessment of outcomes of the program. All students majoring in Computer Information Systems must pass this course.
 

Locations

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems degree is available at the following locations:

Main Campus, Day Program
Main Campus, Evening Program
Online Campus
Denver, CO
Orlando, FL
NAS Jacksonville, FL
Patrick Air Force Base, FL
Jefferson City, MO
Hancock Field, NY