Computer Information Systems
Associate of Applied Science
Faculty Advisor: Bill Warburton · Phone: 410-386-8464 · Email: email@example.com
The Computer Information Systems program is designed to prepare students for a career in computer technology or to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a baccalaureate degree. The program provides the knowledge and skills needed to pursue a successful career in those areas of business, education, government and other fields in which computers are routinely used for information processing. In particular, the Computer Information Systems program offers instruction for pursuing information technology careers. The courses teach students how software and hardware interrelate to build a cohesive approach to solving problems.
By using the ARTSYS website, available in the Advising and Transfer Center in A102, students can plan a course of study that will transfer to computer-related programs at four-year institutions. This sequence is specifically designed to enable transfer to the University of Baltimore’s Applied Information System program and may be useful as a guide for transfer to other programs or institutions; it is not designed for students interested in either computer science or computer engineering. Students interested in immediate careers in computer technology will be able to tailor the program’s eight elective credits to meet their career objectives.
|CIS-101|| Introduction to Computer
|CIS-132||Principles of Programming||4 credits|
|CIS-137||Introduction to Web Development Technologies||3 credits|
|CIS-139||Principles of Computer Technology||4 credits|
|CIS-232||Advanced Principles of Programming||4 credits|
|CIS-237||Developing Advanced Internet Applications||4 credits|
| Refer to ARTSYS and the receiving institution's
catalog to select transferable courses
|Arts and Humanities||6 credits|
|Biological and Physical Sciences||7 - 8 credits|
|Emerging Issues||3 credits|
|English Composition and Literature||6 credits|
| Mathematics (MATH-121, Introduction to College
Mathematics or higher is recommended)
|3 - 5 credits|
|Social and Behavioral Sciences||3 credits|
|ECON-102||Social and Behavioral Sciences||3 credits|
Diversity/ World View requirement is not met by program requirements. Be sure to select an appropriate course from General Education choices to meet this requirement.