Computer Information Systems Management Undergraduate Program This major is designed to prepare the graduate with skills in information systems and management for an entry-level position that could lead to a career in a variety of IS positions. The student will develop skills with typical office software packages, basic networking and operating systems, relational database design and programming, basic web design, structured programming using one or more high-level programming languages, systems analysis and design, team management, and a fundamental knowledge of the organizational structure. Courses in the program are designed around realistic business problems and hands-on experience with both hardware and software. As the graduate expands his/her knowledge and skills with specific software and systems, and develops important experience; career opportunities widens into positions, such as systems/network administrator, programmer, systems designer, systems analyst, systems engineer, or MIS manager. Academic Requirements Bachelor of Science Degree 30 Credits CIS260 Operating Systems and Computer Technology CIS295 Presentation Management CIS320 Information Systems CIS340 Web Design for E-commerce CIS360 Data Communications in Information Systems CIS435 Visual Basic Programming CIS440 Database Design and SQL Programming CIS455 Internship in Computer Information Systems CIS470 Programming using C# CIS499 Seminar in Information Systems Specific Business Core Requirements: CIS 101 Introduction to Computer Information Systems CIS 270 Advanced Spreadsheet Applications in Business To enhance the CIS major, students are encouraged to take: MAT320 Business Calculus (as the math/science elective) ENG240 Technical Writing (as a humanities or tailored elective) ENG420 Publication Design and Editing (as a humanities or tailored elective) Associate of Science Degree Not available. Minor 12 Credits The minor in Computer Information Systems is designed to supplement the graduate’s skills in their major area of study with higher-level skills in information systems technology. All majors require two CIS courses in the Business Core module. Choose any four (4) CIS courses beyond the two CIS requirements in the business core for a total of six (6)CIS courses.