Minors

Minor in Computer Information Systems

A Minor in Computer Information Systems provides a powerful option to students who wish to pursue a degree in a non-computer related field of study and be equipped with a significant understanding of information and computer technology as they head out into the workplace. The Minor in Computer Information Systems consists of the following: a set of four core courses and at least two approved options.

Required courses:

  • COMP 2511 - Web I: Client Development
  • COMP 2521 - Database I: Data Modeling and Query Languages
  • COMP 2541 - Systems Analysis*
  • COMP 1001 -  Introduction to Computer-Based Problem Solving for the Sciences or COMP 1501 - Programming I: Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming

Two approved options:

  • ACCT 2121 - Financial Accounting Concepts
  • COMP 1502 - Programming II: Object Oriented Programming
  • COMP 2503 - Programming III: Data Structures
  • COMP 2531 - Computer Architecture and Operating Systems
  • COMP 3309 - Information Technology and Society
  • COMP 3532 - Systems Administration and Maintenance
  • COMP 4543 - Project Management and Quality Assurance
  • COMP 4545 - Information Systems Organization
  • HRES 2170 - Introduction to Human Resources
  • MGMT 2130 - Management Principles and Practices
  • MKTG 2150 - Introduction to Marketing

* Students will need to complete one of the following courses to satisfy the prerequisite of COMP 2541 – Systems Analysis:

  • COMM 1661 - Technical Writing I or
  • ENGL 2263 - Technical Writing or
  • MGMT 3210 - Business Communication Theory