Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Management Information Systems

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology in Management Information Systems offers an opportunity to develop the expertise necessary for the successful deployment of new technologies. This degree prepares students to design and manage information systems for businesses. Students will complete courses in information systems with an emphasis on software development and database design as well as business courses. In addition, students will learn about configurations, methods of analysis, and system support for information systems within the context of a business environment. Students will develop proposals for implementing new information systems within an organization, choosing from a variety of methods.

 

Course Requirements:          120 credit hours

 

General Studies Courses:  60 credit hours

(Courses marked with “*” are required.)

 

English:  minimum 9 credit hours

COM 303        Intercultural Communications

COM 305        Writing for the Internet

ENG 111*       College English I

ENG 112*       College English II

ENG 113*       Introduction to Speech

Analytical Reasoning:  minimum 9 credit hours

MAT 103*      College Algebra

MAT 114        Mathematics for Computer Science

MAT 231*      Calculus

STA 201*        Introduction to Statistics

Cultural Studies:  minimum 6 credit hours

ANT 122         Introductory Anthropology

ANT 214         Human Evolution

ANT 219         Environmental Anthropology

HST 111          Early American History

HST 112          Islam and the Middle East

HST 213          History of Traditional East Asia

Arts & Humanities:  minimum 6 credit hours

ART 115         Modern Art History

PHI 201          Introduction to Western Philosophy

PHI 301          Logic

PHI 302          Ethics

Natural Sciences:  minimum 6 credit hours

SCI 124           Introduction to Chemistry

SCI 134           Introduction to Biology

SCI 144           Introduction to Physics

SCI 154           Introduction to Geology

SCI 164           Introduction to Environmental Science

Social & Behavioral Sciences:  minimum 6 credits

POL 120         American Political Thoughts

POL 130         Climate Changes and International Politics

SOC 300         Social Psychology

SOC 313         Law and Society

Major Requirements:               60 credit hours

Concentration:          45 credit hours

ACC 201         Introduction to Financial Accounting

CSC 121         Computer Science I

CSC 122         Computer Science II

CSC 210         Database Management

CSC 331         Computer Architecture

FIN 201          Finance Theory

IFS 101           Information Systems Principles

IFS 220           Information Policy

IFS 337           Principles of Decision Making

IFS 377           Data Mining

IFS 411           Cyber Security

IFS 427           The Laws in Cyber Space

IFS 435           Cyber Intelligence

IFS 442           Software Engineering

MGT 201        Principles of Management

MKT 377        E-Commerce

Major/Concentration Electives (choose 5)**:         15 credit hours

CSC 325         Operating Systems

CSC 327         Data Structure

CSC 332         Data Communication

CSC 417         Object-Oriented Programming

CSC 433         Information Retrieval

IFS 381           Business Process Management

IFS 439           Business Intelligence

IFS 444           Systems Analysis and Design

 **  In selecting concentration courses, students are  advised to consult with the Chair of the IT Department.

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