Undergraduate Bulletin 2022 - 2023 
    Jul 25, 2024  
Undergraduate Bulletin 2022 - 2023 [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Computer and Information Science, B.A. (Evening)

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Program Chair: Madeleine Schep, Ph.D

Available in the Day and Evening Colleges.


The degree programs in Computer and Information Science will give students the tools they need to pursue a career in system analysis, software or web development, support specialization, database administration, cybersecurity, or graduate work in a related field. 

Mission: The Division of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology is committed to providing Computer and information Science majors with the coursework and experiences that will enable them to enter a computer-related career in business, industry, or government, or to pursue graduate studies in a computing field. 


Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Students will demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively orally and/or in writing using appropriate computing technology and technology tools.  
  2. Students will demonstrate an ability to analyze a problem and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.  
  3. Students will demonstrate an ability to design, implement and evaluate a computer-based system or program to meet desired needs.  


Major courses include:

Three Semester Hours

Total Credit Hours: 33


CIS 211 , CIS 212 , CIS 225 , CIS 310, CIS 313, CIS 340 , CIS 350 , CIS 430  and CIS 440  are offered through the Evening program.

Restricted Electives

Following Courses Must Be Taken

In addition, the following courses must be taken:

6 Semester Hours Chosen From

These additional courses may be used to satisfy general education requirements, or requirements for a minor or a second major.

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