Computer Information Systems emphasizes the practical business applications of computing.
Graduates in this major go on to work for industry and business constructing and analyzing databases, programming systems for accounting, inventory and monitoring human resources, and performing other business-related functions. Students not only take computer classes, they also take a strong complement of business courses to prepare them to enter the business world.
Questions? Contact Dept. Chair Kenneth R. Grenier.
CSCI 140, Computer Systems
CSCI 195, Object-Oriented Programming I
CSCI 270, Networks and Data Communications
CSCI 275, Visual Basic
CSCI 295, Object-Oriented Programming II
CSCI 300, Systems Analysis and Design
CSCI 360, Database Management Systems
CSCI 390, Application Programming in COBOL
CSCI 435, Legal and Ethical Issues in Computing
Nine credits of CSCI elective at the 200 level or above (CSCI 499, Internship in Computer Science, strongly recommended).
Math/Statistics Component: MATH 151, College Algebra OR MATH 161, Mathematics for Business/Economics
STBE 333, Operations Management
Communication Component: one class from:
ENGL 315, Written Business Communication
COMM 306, WI-Group Dynamics and Methods of Decision-Making
COMM 326, Communication and Technology
COMM 327, Organizational Communication
ACCT 201, Accounting Principles I
ECON 202, Principles of Microeconomics
MKTG 209, Principles of Marketing
MGMT 310, WI-Principles of Management
MGMT 320, Human Resource Management
INTL 221, Survey of International Business
INTL 360, Financial and Economic Analysis for International Busines
INTL 372, Managing Across Cultures
INTL 377, Political and Regulatory Environment of International Business
MGMT 310, WI-Principles of Management).
21 creditsCSCI 140, Computer Systems