Computer Information Systems - Associate of
Lisa Crowe, MPA, Chair, Business & CIS Division
J.L. Turner Leadership Center, Room 109
(270) 384-8124 email@example.com
Tim Curry, MS, Program Coordinator
J.L. Turner Leadership Center, Room 206
(270) 384-8142 firstname.lastname@example.org
Full-time program faculty: Tim Curry, MS; Richard P.
The mission of the Computer Information Systems (CIS) program is
to educate students in the fundamental areas of the information
systems discipline, including applications software, operating
systems, hardware, networking, and Web site development, preparing
them for employment or further study.
The CIS program offers an Associate of Arts degree in Computer
Information Systems. Courses in computing also support the
Business Management Associate of Arts degree and Business
Administration Bachelor of Arts degree.
The Computer Information Systems degree is not accredited
by the International Assembly of College Business Education
Some courses taken for the major may simultaneously fulfill
general education requirements. Please see the Graduation
Requirements (associate's degrees) section of this catalog for
information on the general education program.
Program Requirements: 32
Along with the
general education program, students must complete the major's core
and related studies requirement.
A. Core Requirements: 29
- Functions & Algebra (MATH 1013) is
a prerequisite for CIS 1013 and CIS 2713 unless waiver requirements
are met -- 3 hours
- Computer Concepts & Applications (CIS 1003) -- 3 hours
- Computing Fundamentals (CIS 1013) -- 3 hours
- Microcomputer System Management (CIS 2014) -- 4 hours
- Web Design & Development (CIS 2053) -- 3 hours
- Networking (CIS 2064) -- 4 hours
- Database Applications (CIS 2073) -- 3 hours
- Introduction to Computational Science (CIS 2713) -- 3
- Visual Basic Programming (CIS 3823) -- 3 hours
B. Related Studies Requirement: 3
- Business Computer Applications (BUSI 3503) -- 3 hours