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Computer Information Systems

Management of Information Systems (MIS) Certificate*
27 Semester Credit Hours; Curriculum: 0145

Courses for a Certificate:

Credit Hours

CIS 201 Information Systems for Business

3

CIS 203 Managing Information Systems

3

CIS 204 Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design

3

CIS 205 Documentation and Technical Writing or

3

 

MGT 118 Effective Management Communications

 

CIS 236 Project Management

3

CIS 241 Database Management

3

CNS Elective

3

 

 

 

Select one of the following tracks:

 


a. Database Applications Track


6

 

Select two courses from the following:

 

 

CIS 143 Introduction to SQL

3

 

CIS 145 Database Fundamentals I

4

 

CIS 241 Database Management

3

 

CIS 245 Database Fundamentals II

4

 

CIS 209 Database Programming for PCs

4


b. Programming Applications Track


8

 

Select two courses from the following:

 

 

CIS 180 Introduction to Visual Basic .NET Programming

4

 

Any 200-level programming language course
(CIS 210 Visual Basic .NET Programming for Files and Databases
or
CIS 209 Database Programming for PCs recommended)

4


c. Web Applications Track


7

 

Select two courses from the following:

 

 

CIS 171 Advanced Web Page Development

3

 

CIS 214 Web Site Maintenance and Management
or
CIS 248 Web Database Management or other CIS courses**

4


Total Semester Credit Hours for Certificate:


27

*Prior to pursuing this certificate, it is strongly recommended that the student has successfully completed CIS 101 (or CIS 103), CIS 116 (Introduction to the MS-Windows Operating System), CAB 135 (Electronic Spreadsheeting Using Excel), CAB 140 (Database Applications Using Access), CSC 155 (or CSC 156), CIS 131 (Web Page Development) or possesses equivalent knowledge. Credits earned in these courses are not applicable to this certificate.

**Contact Advising Services for a list of acceptable courses.

 


See Computer Information Systems Department page.

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