The Computer Information Systems A.A.S. degree enables students to study systematic approaches to problem solving within the environment of computer hardware and software systems. In the course of this study, students develop the practice of clear thinking and logical reasoning while learning to analyze, design and program utilizing information processing tools, application packages and software languages. The available courses cover a wide array of the computing discipline, including programming languages, systems analysis and design, operating systems, networking, Web technology, technical support, computer graphics and applications software. In addition to the A.A.S. degree, there are seven certificates which may be earned and applied toward the degree.
General Education - English Composition
General Education - Speech
General Education - Mathematics
General Education - Science
- Complete one science course (3-4 credits) from BIO-1010,1020,1080,1100,1110,1130,1140,2050,2060,2100; CHM-1010,1020,1120,2010,2020; GEO-1010; HRT-1010; NTR-1010,1100; PHY-1010,1020,1030,1570, 2030, 2040; PSC-1010,1050,1070,1150,1200,1210.
General Education - Social Sciences (A.A.S.)
- Complete 1 Social Science course from the following list: ANT-1010, 1030; ECN-1010, 1030, 1040; GEO-1000, 1010; HST-1310, 1320, 1370, 1410, 1430, 2110, 2160, 2230, 245J0, 2470; POS-1000, 1010, 1020; PSY-1010, 2010, 2030, 2040, 2070, 2080, 2130, 2190; SOC-1010, 2010.
General Electives - 3 Credits
- Complete 3 credit hours from any subject. NOTE: PED courses may not be used to meet this requirement.
Computer Information Systems (A.A.S.)
- Complete these four CIS courses:
- Complete 26 credit hours from the following: Any CIS course; ACC-1010; BMT-1010, 1650; ART-1570, 1620, 2620, 2650, 2660, 2670; ENT-1890, 1940, 1950, 1960, 1970, 2190, 2830, 2840, 2860; MGT-1010, 1650; FOS-2600, 2610. At least 6 credits must be in 2000-level CIS courses, excluding CIS-2910, CIS-2920 and CIS-2930.