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Computer Information Systems

The Hasan School of Business

The Hasan School of Business offers majors and minors to both business students and non-business students. Business majors may take a minor in a business discipline that is not related to their major discipline, provided that the additional 300/400 credits associated with the minor are in addition to the credits needed to complete their major (i.e., if the major is 120 credits and the additional credits in the minor area are 9, then the total credits to complete the major and the minor will be a minimum of 129). For example, a student earning a BSBA in business management could also minor in accounting or economics.​​

National Cyber League

The Association for Computing Machinery is a student organization located in the Hasan School of Business and currently has many students who actively participate in community-based computer repair, discounted computer and security certificates, and other various community outreach activities both on campus and off campus. The association provides training in quality and professional work, professional computing confidence, and understanding of computing and its consequences both online and offline. The association also volunteers time to the community on and off campus.

Goals for Computer Information Systems Majors

The CIS graduates will be able to:

  • Design and develop desktop and web-based applications using modern programming tools, techniques, and architectures.
  • Design and develop internet-based systems using sound web design principles and multi-tiered architectures.
  • Model, design, and develop database systems, including administrative processes and procedures for database management.
  • Develop and configure safe and secure system infrastructures that incorporate hardware, telecommunications, systems software, operating system, and systems configuration components.
  • Perform all facets of a modern systems analysis and design methodology, including systems implementation.
  • Plan, schedule and coordinate all tasks and activities involved in IT project management.

Computer Information Systems Department

Faculty and Staff

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