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Information Systems – Programming Track

The major in Information Systems - Programming prepares students for computer related positions where a business background is required.

Required Business Core (18 credits)

  • EBA 101 - Principles of Accounting I - 3 credits
  • EBA 102 - Principles of Accounting II - 3 credits
  • EBE 101 - Principles of Macroeconomics - 3 credits
  • EBE 102 - Principles of Microeconomics - 3 credits
  • EBM 101 - Principles of Management - 3 credits
  • MAT 261 - Statistics for Social Science Majors - 3 credits

Required Computer Core (32 credits)

  • MCO 104 - Computer Theory and Applications - 4 credits
  • MCO 141 - Introduction to Programming - 3 credits
  • MCO 218 - PC Tutorial-Advanced Database - 1 credits
  • MCO 232 - Advanced Programming - 3 credits
  • MCO 260 - Computer Architecture - 3 credits
  • MCO 264 - Data Structures I - 3 credits
  • MCO 343 - Data Base Concepts and Design - 3 credits
  • MCO 346 - Business Programming - 3 credits
  • MCO 352 - Structured Systems Analysis - 3 credits
  • MCO 364 - Data Structures II - 3 credits
  • MCO 452 - Internship in Computer Science - 3 credits

Four electives from the following: (12 credits)

  • MCO 152 - Computer Methodology - 3 credits
  • MCO 223 - Wide Area Networks I (Cisco) - 3 credits
  • MCO 241 - Mathematics for Computer Science Majors - 3 credits
  • MCO 243 - Operating Systems - 3 credits
  • MCO 245 - UNIX Operating System - 3 credits
  • MCO 251 - Programming Languages - 3 credits
  • MCO 353 - Data Communications - 3 credits
  • MCO 354 - Local Area Networks - 3 credits
  • MCO 355 - Advanced Local Area Networks - 3 credits
  • MCO 358 - Web Programming - 3 credits
  • MCO 368 - Object-Oriented Programming - 3 credits
  • MCO 450 - Artificial Intelligence - 3 credits
  • MCO 451 - Special Topics in Computer Science - 3 credits

Any other course approved by the Department

Total Credits in Program 62