The Business Information Systems program is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in business with a focus on information technology. The major satisfies the business sector's need for well-rounded technology professionals. As technology managers, graduates of this program are responsible for delivering information services while cost-effectively administering their organization's information resources and technology. The Business Information Systems program enables graduates to understand the interaction, planning, development, and operations of information systems and information sharing within a business or organization.
This cross-disciplinary program combines topics from our Computer Information Technology degree and our Business Administration degree to create a unique program that gives you the opportunity to blend your passion for technology with your business and leadership skills.
I. Required courses for the major (16 units)
|BUS||124||Introduction to Business||3.0|
|BUS||126||Business and the Legal Environment||3.0|
|CIS||101||Introduction to Information Systems||3.0|
|CIS||160||Computer Harware & Software||4.0|
|ECON||101||Introduction to Micro Economics||3.0|
II. Select at least three (3.0) Elective Units:
|ACCT||210||Principles of Financial Accounting||4.0|
|ACCT||220||Principles of Managerial Accounting||4.0|
|ECON||102||Introduction to Macro Economics||3.0|
III. Select at least three (3.0) Elective Units:
|CIS||120||Microsoft Word I||1.0|
|CIS||121||MIcrosoft Word II||1.0|
|CIS||161||Introduction to Cybersecurity:Ethical Hacking||3.0|
|CIS||162||Computer Network Fundamentals||3.0|
|CIS||163||Routing and Switching||3.0|
|CIS||166||Digital Forensics Fundamentals||3.0|
|CIS||167||Systems and Network Administration||3.0|
|CIS||202||Programming Concepts and Methodologies||3.0|
|CIS||210||Programming in C++||3.0|
*If not used forsection I. programming units.
|Total Major Units||22.0-23.0|