Computer Information Systems - Software Engineering Option (CIS.SWE.AAS)

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Associate in Applied Science

Business, Management, Marketing and Technology

Orchard Ridge Campus

The Computer Information Systems (CIS) associate degrees are designed for students who need general education (e.g., communication, science, mathematics, fine arts, social science) combined with a solid foundation in the fundamental computer skills that are generally required to design, create, and test software, or analyze business system requirements and design solutions, or support and protect the operation of technology resources. These fundamental computer skills are commonly required by most four-year educational programs that offer the types of bachelor degrees most employers look for when hiring information technology professionals.  All CIS courses use current computer tools and place an emphasis on practical application to provide a relevant learning environment.

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Major Requirements
CIS 1200Introduction to Database Systems4
CIS 1300Networking Concepts4
CIS 1420HTML5 Programming3
CIS 1440JavaScript Programming for Websites4
CIS 1500Introduction to Programming (Java)4
CIS 1512Principles of Software Engineering3
CIS 2111Systems Analysis and Design (UML)4
CIS 2151Object-Oriented Programming (Java)4
CIS 2252Object-Oriented Programming (C++)4
CIS 2353Data Structures4
CIS 2454Web System Development (PHP, Java)4
CIS 2818Mobile Application Development (Android)4
Required Supportive Courses
COM 12901Interpersonal Communication 3
ENG 15101Composition I 3-6
or ENG 1510E Composition I Enhanced4
or ENG 1510S Composition I with Support6
MAT 11501Intermediate Algebra (or higher level except MAT 1525, MAT 2530 or MAT 2540) (3-4)
PHI 17101Introduction to Informal Logic 3
or PHI 2710 Introduction to Formal Logic3
Total Credit Hours for Program-Related Courses58-60
General Education Requirements
Communication / English (3-credits)
Fine Arts / Humanities (3-credits)
Mathematics / Science (3-credits)
Social Science (3-credits)3
Written Communication (3-credits)
Additional elective credits needed to meet requirements for an Associate in Applied Science degree0-1
Total Credit Hours61-66

Course may be used to meet General Education requirements.

A minimum cumulative 2.00 grade point average (GPA) overall is required for graduation.

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