Jun 20, 2018  
2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog

Computer Information Systems Minor


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Computer Information Systems Minor Requirements


Coordinator: Dr. Michel Mitri

The minor in computer information systems is primarily structured to provide students in various disciplines on campus with the opportunity to study business-oriented information systems.

Admission to the CIS minor is based on a student's performance in one course from each of the following seven competency areas:

  • One introductory information-systems course (COB 204  or equivalent as determined by the department head)
  • One introductory computer programming course (CIS 221 , ISAT 252 , CS 139  or equivalent as determined by the department head)
  • One calculus course (MATH 205 , MATH 231 , MATH 235 , ISAT 151  or equivalent as determined by the department head)
  • One statistics course (COB 191 , MATH 220  or equivalent as determined by the department head)
  • One critical thinking course (student's Cluster One critical thinking course or equivalent as determined by the department head)
  • One writing course (WRTC 103  or equivalent as determined by the department head)
  • One quantitatively oriented economics/business course (ECON 200 , ECON 201 , COB 241 , COB 242 , COB 291  or equivalent as determined by the department head)

Admission is based on weighted average of student's highest grades in one course from each of the seven competency areas and is subject to space availability of CIS courses. Students seeking to add the CIS minor may submit an application to the CIS & BSAN department when they have completed, or are currently completing, all seven classes on the application.

Total: 18 Credit Hours


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