The School of Computer Information Systems offers a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Computer Information Systems with an emphasis in either Cybersecurity or Programming , a minor in Computer Information Systems, and an Advanced Certificate in Computer Information Systems for individuals who already hold a bachelor's degree in another discipline.
The major program is comprehensive requiring a minimum of 60 credit hours of course work in Computer Information Systems and approved courses in business, English, and oral communication; as well as the general education curriculum, the bachelor of science identity requirements, and elective courses.
The minor and the advanced certificate require a minimum of 24 credit hours of specified course work in Computer Information Systems.
- Major Requirements
- Minor Requirements
- Advanced Certificate in CIS
- Course Descriptions
- Course Prerequisites
- Course Objectives and Content
- CIS Catalog Section
8 Semester Plans