An Associate of Science provides the student pursuing some other major with a credential and expertise in computing, an enhancement that is becoming increasingly important in almost every area of science, education, business, and the arts
The Associate of Science degree demonstrates substantially more commitment to the field than just a minor. The associate degree is often seen as a step along the way toward an ultimate goal of attaining one of the B.S. in CIS degree options.
Associate of Science in CIS - Information Systems
|Major Code CI07||Credit Hours|
|General Education Requirements (see catalog*)||24-25|
|CIS 110||Programming I||3|
|CIS 202||Information Systems I||3|
|CIS 210||Programming II||3|
|CIS 310||Database Management Systems I||3|
|CIS 410||Information Systems II (WI)||3|
|Math 130||College Algebra||3|
|* Math course in major requirement satisifes
three hours of the General Education Core.
** May not select CIS 101, 105, or 305.
Only courses in which a student has earned a grade of "C" or above will satisfy departmental requirements for the major or minor in Computer Information Science.