Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS)

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) is a degree jointly offered by the School of Business and Computer Science Department.  The degree is designed for students who want to use information technology to make organizations more effective and efficient.  Along with the information systems content, having a business background is essential to those who desire to develop and maintain business systems, databases and networks.

For general study and cognate requirements, please see the academic bulletin.

Information Systems Courses:

Please see Academic Bulletin for full requirements and for course descriptions.

CIS 301 Management Information Systems 4
CPTR 141 Introduction to Programming 4
CPTR 142 Data Structures, Algorithms, & Objects 4
CPTR 215 Assembly Language Programming 3
CPTR 235 Web Application Development 4
CPTR 301 Java and Object-Oriented System Design 4
CPTR 352 Operating System Design 4
CPTR 415 Introduction to Database Systems 4
CPTR 425 Introduction to Networking & Cptr I/O 4
CPTR 435 Software Engineering 4
CPTR 494 Internship  
CPTR 495 Colloquium (6 quarters)  
CPTR 496-8 Seminar 3
  Total 42

Business Courses:

Please see Academic Bulletin for full requirements. For course descriptions, go here.

ACCT 201-203Principles of Accounting I,II,III10
ECON 211Principles of Macroeconomics4
ECON 212Principles of Microeconomics4
FINA 351Managerial Finance4
GBUS 361Business Law I4
GBUS 366Operations Management and Production4
GBUS 370Business Communication4
GBUS 463Business Ethics4
MGMT 371Principles of Management4
MGMT 489Strategic Management4
MKTG 381Principles of Marketing4
 Total Business Core50
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Last update on September 6, 2012