Minor in Computer Information Systems
The MINOR in CIS is useful for those wanting to get the basics of modern information systems after having mastered another field of study - economics, mathematics, chemistry, biology, criminal justice etc. It merely gives the student a taste of what is involved in managing information in modern organizations.
The list of classes are shown below. Please note that some of these classes may not be offered every term. So, please talk to a CIS adviser and plan ahead.
CSC101 - Introduction to Problem Solving Using Computers,
CSC199 - Introduction to Information Technology,
CSC232 - Visual Basic Programming I (4),
CSC260 - Application Program Development in COBOL I,
CIS307 - Decision Support Technologies,
CIS317 - Principles of Information Systems Analysis and Design
and one course in CIS/CSC/TSM at the 3xx level or above (with CIS adviser approval).