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Management Information Systems degree

Management Information Systems

A.S. DEGREE MAJOR OR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT

Management Information Systems (MIS) is a series of courses that bind both business and technology to produce quality information for an organization. MIS professionals focus on the business side of Information Systems (IS). An MIS professional utilizes computer information to facilitate the decision-making of managers.

Key areas of focus in this degree are: Business Communications; Accounting; Economics; Business Law; Statistics; Mathematics; Computer Information Systems; Computer Programming; Systems Analysis and Design, Database Management Systems, Data Communications, and Security.

Students planning to focus on management issues in Information Systems or those transferring to a four year school in MIS are recommended to take both Accounting and Economics as well as earn an A.S. in Management Information Systems.

 

Course Units Offered Pre-Req
CSIT 105 Computer Concepts and Applications 3 Fall, Spring, Summer None
CSIT 125 Computer Information Systems 3 Fall, Spring, Summer None
BUS 117 Legal Environment of Business 3 Fall, Spring, Summer None
( BUS 204 Quantitative Business Analysis 4 Fall, Spring, Summer MATH 56 or MATH 60 or Eligibility determined through the math placement process
 or MATH 120 Elementary Statistics 4 Fall, Spring, Summer MATH 56 or MATH 60 or Eligibility determined through the math placement process
 or PYSC 205/SOC 205 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences ) 4 Fall, Spring, Summer, Intersession, Fastrak MATH 56 or MATH 60 or Eligibility determined through the math placement process
BUS 205 Business Communication 3 Fall, Spring, Summer ENG 100
MATH 130 Calculus for Business and the Social Sciences 4 Fall, Spring, Summer MATH 110 or MATH 126 or Eligibility determined through the math placement process
ACCT 201 Financial Accounting 4 Fall, Spring, Summer None
ACCT 202 Managerial Accounting 4 Fall, Spring, Summer ACCT 201
ECON 101 Principles of Economics (Macro) 3 Fall, Spring, Summer, Intersession MATH 56 or MATH 60 or Eligibility determined through the math placement process
ECON 102 Principles of Economics (Micro) 3 Fall, Spring, Summer, Intersession MATH 56 or MATH 60 or Eligibility determined through the math placement process
Group Two (Select 1 course)
CSCI 112 Programming Fundamentals 4 Fall, Spring None
CSIT 145 Introduction to Programming using Java 3 Summer None
CSIT 160 Oracle Database Management Systems 3 (Contact Department) None
CSIT 180 C# Programming I 3 Fall, Spring None
CSNT 111 Networking Fundamentals 3 Fall, Spring, Summer None
CSWB 110 Web Site Development with HTML5/CSS3 3 Fall, Spring, Summer None

Total Units: 37-38