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Computer Information Systems (CIS)

This curriculum is designed to prepare graduates for employment opportunities in computer systems and data processing. Positions as programmers and technicians are available in various sectors of business, particularly insurance, banking, public utilities, retailing, and manufacturing firms. Schools, colleges, and government agencies also employ such individuals. Students entering this curriculum should have successfully completed elementary algebra or Sequential Math Course I.

The Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree is awarded upon completion of the requirements for this program.

Upon successful completion of the CIS program,
graduates should be able to:

  • Design an effective LAN and WAN

  • Manage, maintain and optimize a LAN

  • Develop an understanding of the technical and business aspects of the internet

  • Implement routing principles

Courses should be selected in consultation with an advisor.

First Semester

Course No.

Descriptive Title

Credit Hours

ENG 101

Composition I

3

BHS 103

Social Problems in Today's World

3

CIS 111

Computer Systems and Applications

3

CIS 112

Computer Programming I

4

Math (b)

 

3

TOTAL

 

16


Second Semester

Course No.

Descriptive Title

Credit Hours

ENG 102

Composition II

3

CIS 114 OR

Computer Programming in C

 

CIS 117

Data Communications Concepts

3

CIS 123

Computer Programming II

3

CIS 124

Computer Operating Systems

3

CIS Elective (a)

 

3

TOTAL

 

15


Third Semester

Course No.

Descriptive Title

Credit Hours

CIS 214 OR

 C++ Object Oriented Programming

 

CIS 216

Windows Server

3

CIS 213

Data Management Concepts

3

CIS 212

Systems Analysis and Design

3

CIS Elective (a)

 

3

CIS 200 Level Elective (a)

3

Math/Science (b,c)

3-4

TOTAL

 

18-19


Fourth Semester

Course No.

Descriptive Title

Credit Hours

ECO 105, GOV 121, HIS 104, HIS 108

3

CIS 223

Computer Projects and Applications

3

CIS 200 Level Elective (a)

3

WFE 101

Lifetime Wellness and Fitness

3

Free Elective (d)

 

3-4

TOTAL

 

15-16

 

 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

64


a. Elective courses: (a) courses applicable in all programs; (b) all courses designated CIS. Three elective credits must be chosen from courses applicable in all programs. Students should note that the program requires 6 credits of 200 level CIS courses. Elective courses may need to be chosen to fulfill the prerequisites of the upper level courses.

b. Mathematics courses: MAT 110, MAT 118, MAT 125, MAT 184, MAT185, MAT 221. Students must meet course pre­requisites.

c. Science courses: Applicable four-credit courses in astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, physical sciences, physics.

d. Students must fulfill New York State Higher Education required liberal arts and sciences credits by choosing courses from the General Education appendices. Read a full discussion of the free elective requirement