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2009 - 2011 Catalog 
2009 - 2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer and Information Sciences Comprehensive, B.S.

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Curriculum for a Comprehensive Major in Computer and Information Sciences

This comprehensive program provides students with the concepts and skills necessary to develop and manage state-of-the-art computer systems. The interdisciplinary nature of the program reflects the importance of computer and information sciences in virtually every kind of organization. Graduates of the program will be prepared to apply their knowledge professionally and to pursue graduate training. Students wishing to pursue a double major in computer science and mathematics can refer to the department Web site ( for curriculum requirements.

Total hours required (including free electives), 132-134 Hours:

Specific general studies requirements

Math requirements for all concentrations, 10 Hours:


*CS and CGG concentrations must take  MATH 207  instead of MATH 205 


* Must have a C average in core requirements.


Computer graphics and games (CGG) concentration, 41 Hours:

Computer programming and information systems (CPIS) concentration, 36 Hours:

Required electives, 9 Hours:

  • Any CIS course numbered CIS 300 or above.


Computer science (CS) concentration, 34 Hours:

Required mathematics courses, 7 Hours:

Required electives, 15 Hours:

  •  Any CIS course numbered CIS 300 or above.


Networking and security (NS) concentration, 35 Hours:

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