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Designed to provide a broad background in business computer information systems and to develop the technical skills needed to stay competitive in this challenging field.

The Certificate in Computer Information Systems program will be of particular benefit to programmers and management information systems analysts. The certificate is awarded by the Division of Continuing and International Education and the Department of Computer Information Systems upon the successful completion of 18 credits

Required Courses (12 Credits)

300-Level

CIS 320 - Introduction to Programming
CIS 360 - Analysis of Information Systems
CIS 361 - Design of Information Systems 

500-Level

CIS 423 - Data Management Systems

Electives (6 credits) Choose two of the following:

300-Level

CIS 324 - Object-Oriented Programming in Java 

400-Level

CIS 430 - Business Telecommunications 
CIS 491 - Topics in Computer Information Systems
CIS 493 - Fundamentals of IT project Management 
CIS 494 - Web Application Technology