Concentration in Information Systems

CONCENTRATION IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS (UCSI)

This concentration trains students for technical careers in information systems such as database administration, network administration, systems analysis and design, and software quality assurance.

Required Computer Science courses (9):

CSCI 108 HTML, JavaScript Programming, and Web Site Development
CSCI 120 Introduction to Information Technology
CSCI 152 Computer Science I Using Java
CSCI 252 Computer Science II Using Java
CSCI 258 Introduction to Operating Systems Using UNIX™
CSCI 345 Computer and Network Security
CSCI 360 Database Management
CSCI 373 Advanced Web Technologies
CSCI 376 Networking Technologies

Two (2) required Mathematics courses:

MATH 117 Introduction to Statistics (Goal 2)
MATH 292 Discrete Mathematics I

Five (5) required Business Courses:

ACCT 220 Introduction to Financial Accounting
BADM 280 Applied Organizational Theory and Management
BADM 385 Business Systems Analysis and Design
BADM 477 Management Issues in Information Technology
ECON 101 Principles of Macroeconomics (Goal 10) or
ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics (Goal 9)

Three (3) courses from at least two (2) of the following categories:

Network and System Administration:

CSCI 320 Windows Server and Client Management
CSCI 340 UNIX™ System Administration

Computer Graphics and Technical Writing:

CSCI 140 Introduction to the Internet, Graphics and Multimedia
ENGL 286 Professional Writing
ENGL 371 Business Writing
ENGL 372 Technical Writing

General Information Systems Electives:

Any computer science course at the 200-level and above except courses listed in the Network and Systems Administration category above and Internship/Cooperative experience courses: CSCI 310, CSCI350, CSCI410, CSCI450, CSCI495.

Note: Students may need to take additional mathematics courses if their math placement score does not qualify them for MATH 292 Discrete Mathematics I. These mathematic courses would be taken as free electives. CSCI 135 Information Technology and Society and other computer science course can be taken as a free elective.

Tutors Spring 2014

John Sharko - in CASA
Monday 2 - 9 PM
Tuesday 2 - 9 PM
Thursday 11-4 PM

Mark Morabito - in CASA
Sunday 5-8 pm
Thursday 4:00-9pm

Tom Greenhalgh - in CASA
Monday 10:30-12:30
Wednesday 10:30-12:30
Thursday 2:30-4:30

Brian Henricksen - in HH318
Tuesday 10:30-12:30
Thursdays 2:30-4:20
Fridays 11:30-1:30

Supplemental Instruction for CS1
Tom McNulty
Mon 1:30-2:30 in HH318
Tues 12:30-1:20 in HH318
Wed 10:30-11:30 in CASA
Friday 12:30-1:30 in CASA

Supplemental Instruction for HTML
Besart Bytyqi
Mon/Wed 10:30-12:30 in HH318
Mon 2:30-5:30 in CASA
Tue 3:30-5:30 in CASA

 

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