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College of Business Administration
Department of Management and Information Systems
Room A432, Business Administration Building
The Bachelor of Business Administration in Computer Information Systems is designed to provide students with a focus on the creation and supervision of the Computerized Information Systems (CIS) that commonly are used in organizations of all types and sizes. There is a primary emphasis on problem solving within systems development, the logic of state-of-the-art programming languages and methodologies, project management and business experience. Examples of CIS include airline reservation systems, bank automated teller systems, trading systems for stock exchanges and accounting/auditing systems.
Computer systems analysts held about 520,600 jobs in 2012. Employment of computer systems analysts is expected to grow 25% from 2012 to 2022. Computer systems analysts were employed by governments; insurance companies; financial institutions; and business management firms in the computer systems design and related services industry Many are self-employed.
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Minimum 120 total credit hours and 39 upper-division hours for graduation. Minimum 2.500 GPA overall and 2.500 GPA in major required for graduation. Minimum C (2.000) grade in COMM 15000, ENG 21011 and MATH 11010 (or placement out of MATH 11010). A minimum C (2.000) grade in both MIS 24053 and 24065
Program Learning Outcomes
The learning objectives for the Bachelor of Business Administration degree are as follows:
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