The computer information systems (CIS) major is designed to prepare individuals to develop and support information systems using computers in a business or organizational environment. The Association for Information Technology Professionals (AITP) model curriculum is used as the primary curriculum guide for this program.
The primary objective of the computer information systems major is to provide graduates with knowledge, abilities, and attitudes to function effectively as applications programmer/ analysts, and with the educational background and desire to pursue lifelong professional development.
Core Requirements for All Business Majors (31 hours)
The following required core courses provide breadth in a college education for business and a foundation for specialization in a major:
(2) Required of accounting and professional services, business administration, business education, computer information systems, finance, and management majors
Business Major Requirements (24-33 hours)
Specific upper-division course requirements for the various business major programs are listed in the following sections. These upper-level major course requirements should be completed during the junior and senior years.
Major (61 hours)
(33 hours of computer information systems and computer science plus 31 hours of Business Core)