2018-2019 Catalog

Minor in Information Systems (12-19 units)

The Minor in Information Systems offers students the opportunities to acquire an in-depth understanding of technical foundations and business applications of information systems. It thus provides an excellent complement and/or improvement to training in other concentrations. A total of two preparation courses (6-7 units) and four IS concentration courses (12 units) comprise the minor.

Requirements

A.  Preparation for the Minor: (6-7 units)

1.  Select one course from the following (3-4 units):

CIS 270Information Systems and Technology Fundamentals

3

CSC 111 Introduction to Computers and Basic Programming

3

CSC 121Introduction to Computer Science and Programming I

4

2.  Required Course (3 units):

CIS 370Information Systems Theory and Practice

3

B.  The Minor: (12 units)

1. Required courses (6 units):

CIS 372Systems Analysis & Design

3

CIS 373Database Systems

3

2. Select two courses from the following (6 units):

CIS 272Business Programming I

3

CIS 275Internet Literacy

3

CIS 371Business Programming II

3

CIS 375Data Communications

3

CIS 378Information Security Theories and Practice

3

CIS 471Advanced, Network-Based Applications

3

CIS 474Project Management Fundamentals

3

CIS 476Advanced Concepts for Business Systems

3

CIS 477Advanced Data Communications

3

CIS 478Firewall and Computer Network Security

3

CIS 480 Data Mining and Business Intelligence

3

CIS 482Databases & Web Security

3

CIS 488Management of Information Security

3

CIS 496Internship in Computer Information Systems

3