Minor in Information Systems
SHARPEN YOUR COMPUTER SKILLS
Want to learn the basics of computer programming without a lot of extensive training? The minor in Information Systems is a great way to build up your working knowledge of how to understand, analyze, use, or manage computer-based information systems. Use this minor to supplement a major in Accounting, Business Management, Economics, Education, Finance, Marketing, or Sport Management, and more!
CS 201: Introduction to Programming OR
CS 243: Web Site Development
CS 220: Introduction to Information Systems
BU 265: Spreadsheet and Database Applications
CS 307: Database Systems Design and Management
CS 309: Information Systems Analysis
A grade of “C-” (1.67) or better must be earned in all courses required for any minor in the department. Students should consult with the Department Chair and complete an official declaration of minor form as early as possible.
*It is the student’s responsibility to verify that all degree requirements for graduation are fulfilled.
Courses that cover spreadsheets, databases, programming in Python, C++, and SQL are among our students’ favorite classes.
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