The twenty-one hour Minor in Computer Information Systems will prepare you to work with information systems and information technology to support your professional career. You will cultivate fundamental software development and basic network system administration skills which will equip you to contribute to the information technology initiatives of an organization or enable you to better communicate with those who do.
As a CIS minor, you will obtain a hands-on foundation in Visual C#®, web application development and networking with the option to extend your studies in database management or systems analysis and design. Two accounting courses will further equip you with an understanding of fundamental business processes.
These classes will require you to apply what you are learning to relevant problems that occur in a business context.
Students minoring CIS are exposed to the Computer Information Systems and Analytics (CISA) Environment through:
CIS 1600 - Business Information Management GE (3)
CIS 1625 - Programming With Visual C# (3)
CIS 2625 - Web Application Architecture (3)
CIS 2665 - Principles of Data Communications and Local Area Networking (3)
CIS 3650 - Database Management Systems (3)
CIS 3660 - Analysis and Design of Computer Information Systems (3)
ACCT 2101 - Principles of Financial Accounting (3)
ACCT 2102 - Principles of Managerial Accounting (3)
The BSBA Computer Information Systems is accredited by Computing Accreditation Commision of ABET