Computer Information Systems Degree (B.S.), End-User Computing Concentration

An End-User Computing Concentration will be satisfied if the student includes both CAIS 0312 and CAIS 0337, as well as one of CAIS 0212 and CAIS 0224 among the courses selected to complete the Computer Information Systems major.

Requirements

Program Description

An End-User Computing Concentration will be satisfied if the student includes both and , as well as one of and CAIS 0224 among the courses selected to complete the Computer Information Systems major.

Requirements for the Computer Information Systems Major

The CIS program of study requires 66-70 credits in the major, to include 36-40 credits of direct CAIS study, 21 credits in business background courses, and 9 credits in supporting liberal arts course work (of which 9-10 credits simultaneously fulfill 3 core course requirements). The requirements are as follow:

Direct CAIS Study - 36-40 Credits:

Business Background Study - 21 Credits:

Designated CORE and/or Liberal Arts courses - 9 Credits:

Additional Graduation Requirements

All students must meet the University Graduation Requirements and complete a common core of studies, distributed among the different academic areas as detailed in the Common Core.