The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems emphasizes the use of computers as sophisticated problem-solving tools. In this program, you will pursue an interdisciplinary course of study that combines a solid foundation in computer science with a focus in another discipline. This program is designed to blend your computer science abilities with skills specific to another domain to solve problems in that domain. Examples include computing with a business focus (e.g., management information systems) and computing with a natural science focus (e.g., computational physics).
Below, course numbers “300+” refer to courses at the 300-level and above. The titles and descriptions of courses marked (C): Communications General Education, (H): Humanities, (N): Natural Sciences (Psychology only), (S): Social & Behavioral Sciences, and (T): CS Technical Electives can be found in the » Undergraduate Bulletin.