Computer and Information Systems, Minor

The Computer and Information Systems Minor provides students with the skills necessary to become competent "end users" of computers and applications. Courses in this minor cover business applications, system design and analysis, telecommunications and more. Students in the widest range of majors and disciplines can benefit from the ability to apply the skills gained in this program in most professional environments as well as in personal computer use.

CIS Minor Requires 21 Credits

Required Courses: 18 Credits
CS 107Computers & Information Systems3
or CS 115 Microcomputer & Programming I
or CS 120 Computers and Information Technology
CS 210Fundamentals of Telecommunication and Network3
or CS 410 Telecommunications & Networks
CS 214Business Applications on the Microcomputer I3
CS 215Business Applications on the Microcomputer II3
or CS 252 Programming for All in Python and Computer Science Principles
CS 232Introduction to Data Bases & Discrete Search3
or CS 306 Data Base Design
CS 240System Design & Analysis3
or CS 350 Software Engineering I
Restricted Electives: 3 Credits
Select three credits from the following courses:
ECON 203Business Statistics3
ACCT 251Financial Accounting3
ACCT 252Management Accounting3
ACCT 401Accounting Information System3
MGMT 413Business Information Systems3
ECON 220Understanding Business/Economic Data3
SECU 150Introduction to Security3
Total Credits21