Computer Information Systems (CIS) offers instruction in the application of computers to the emerging needs of business and industry. In addition to business studies, students graduating in this major will have a broad background in object oriented programming, systems analysis and design, operating systems, networks and telecommunication, and management information systems. CIS courses prepare students for entry-level positions as well as for graduate study in the sciences.
General Education Core Requirements
Credits / Units: 3-12 Credits
Credits required depend on initial course placement.
Students may be placed in a higher level Mathematics course based on prior coursework, and any higher level Mathematics course will satisfy the requirement. The Adaptive Physical Education: Kinesiotherapy major requires MAT 113 in place of MAT 112 . Computer Science requires MAT 113.