Information Systems Department

Degree Requirements B.S. in I.S.

 

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The requirements for a B.S. in IS include the general education requirements, the business course requirements and 21-24 hours in IS as specified below. All classes must have a grade of C- or better to be eligible. Students may not take more than 24 hours in IS counted toward the 120 hours necessary for graduation. 1. Required Core Course
Inf Sys 2800: Introduction to Information Systems
2. A student must complete 7 courses (21 hours) as specified below.
Programming/Requirement (6 hours):
       Inf Sys 3806: Mgrl. Appl. of Object Oriented Programming I
       Inf Sys 3816: Mgrl. Appl. of Object Oriented Programming II
Analysis and Design Requirements (6 hours)
       Inf Sys 3810: Information Systems Analysis
       Inf Sys 4850: Information Systems Design
Database Requirement (3 hours)
       Inf Sys 3845: Database Management Systems
3. A student must complete 2 courses (at least 1 course 3000-level business Information Systems Course) from the following list:
Inf Sys 3841: Enterprise Information Systems
Inf Sys 3842: Management of Telecommunications 
Inf Sys 3843: Decision Support Systems for Business Intelligence
Inf Sys 3844: Developing Business Applications in .NET
Inf Sys 3846: e-Commerce
Inf Sys 3847: Web Design
Inf Sys 3848: Security and Information Systems
Acctng 3421: Accounting Information Systems
Finance 3503: Computer Applications in Finance
Marketing 3722:  Social Media Marketing

Seminars and Independent Studies are restricted to those offered by and approved by the Department Faculty and approved by the Department Chair.
     Inf Sys 3899: Business Administration Problems/Seminar
     Inf Sys 3898: Independent Study
A maximum of one Computer Science course listed below can be taken for the B.S. in IS
     CS 2700: Computer Systems: Architecture And Organizations
     CS 4760: Operating Systems
     CS 4300: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Degree Requirements are SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 
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