Computer Information Systems (CIS): Data Analytics is a series of courses that bind both technology and business to produce quality information for an organization. CIS:Data Analytics emphasizes the technology skills to implement analytic solutions to enable educated decisions derived from data analysis of large data sets. Typical employment opportunities include data analyst, computer support specialist, user support specialist, database administrators, software testers and application development.
Key areas of focus in this degree are: Computer Information Systems; BI and Data Analytics, Computer Programming; System Development; Database Management; Social Media.
Students planning to focus on technology and computing in Information Systems are recommended to earn an A.S. in CIS: Data Analytics. This degree is ideal for students eager to break into the field of computing by earning a career technical certificate or degree while completing transferable coursework.
|CSIT 125 Computer Information Systems||3||Fall, Spring, Summer||None|
|CSIT 150 Introduction to SQL||3||Fall, Spring||None|
|CSIT 128 – Introduction to Data Science||3||Fall||MATH 56 or 60/transfer acceptability: CSU; UC|
|CSIT 226 Data Visualization||3||Spring||None|
|CSIT 230 Data Modeling||3||Fall||None|
|MATH 120 Elementary Statistics||4||Fall, Spring, Summer||MATH 56 or 60/transfer acceptability: CSU; UC|
|Group 1 (Choose 1)|
|CSIT 145 Introduction to Programming Using Java||3||Summer||None|
|CSIT 180 C# Programming I||3||Fall, Spring||None|
|CSIT 175 Python Programming||3||Fall, Spring||None|
|CSCI 112 Programming Fundamentals I||4||Fall, Spring, Summer||None|
|Group 2 (Choose 1)|
|CSWB 110 Web Site Development with HTML5/CSS3||3||Fall, Spring, Summer||None|
|JOUR 200 Mastering Social Media||3||Summer Intersession||None|
|BUS 152 Social Media for Business||3||Fall, Spring||None|
|CSIT 165 R Programming||3||Spring||None|
Total Units: 25-26