Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
The program in information systems prepares students for careers as application programmers/analysts in a business environment and for further graduate work in information systems. Business courses supplement a strong core of technical courses to enable students to design and implement business processing systems that require programming, databases, web development, networking, and client-server processing.
The matrix below is a sample plan for all coursework required for this program.
Fall Spring COMM 2173 Business and Professional Speaking 3 Science with Lab1 4 MGMT 3003 Management and Organizational Behavior 3 COMS 3243 Data Mining 3 COMS 3513 Administering and Using the IBM Platform 3 COMS 3503 Visual Programming 3 COMS 3903 Systems Software and Architecture 3 COMS 4700 Data Communications and Networking Lab 0 Elective 2000 -40002 3 COMS 4703 Data Communications and Networks 3 Elective 1 Total Hours 15 Total Hours 14
Fall Spring Fine Arts & Humanities1 3 Fine Arts & Humanities1 3 COMS 3053 Implications of Technology on Society 3 MKT 3043 Principles of Marketing 3 COMS 3163 Web Programming 3 COMS 4043 Systems Analysis and Design II 3 COMS 4033 Systems Analysis and Design I 3 COMS 4053 Information Systems Resource Management 3 COMS 4133 Application Program Development 3 COMS Elective2 3 Total Hours 15 Total Hours 15
1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
21000-level courses may only be taken to satisfy this requirement with the explicit permission of the Computer and Information Science Department Head.