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Computer Information Systems A.S.
The Program (HEGIS Code 5101)
This Associate in Science degree is designed to prepare the student for transfer to a college or university offering baccalaureate programs in computer information systems, computer information science, information technology, information systems analysis and design, systems programming, database management, operations management, or general business administration.
The program provides an introduction to business and computer information systems courses that would reasonably parallel the first two years of a four year degree program. Students who are enrolled in this program attend hands-on laboratories associated with most computer courses.
Students graduating from the Computer Information Systems program with an A.S. degree will:
- Develop skills in analysis and design.
- Develop the ability to develop programs using a structured approach.
- Develop the ability to develop programs using an object-oriented approach.
- Develop problem-solving skills and use algebraic methods.
- Be able to perform quantitative analysis.
- Develop skills in written communication.
Computer Requirements: Students entering this program are required to purchase or lease a professional microcomputer system for home use that meets department defined minimum specifications. Computers are an integral part of all course instruction within the Computer Information Systems program.
*A total of 11hours of Mathematics courses are required under the “Math Elective” section.
**Courses tailored to the career needs of the student, to be chosen in consultation with academic advisor from the BUS, Science, or Mathematics offerings.
Jack Donato, Associate Professor of Computer Science
C.J. Jackson, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
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