Computer Information Systems is the study of the use of computers for systematic organization of data that supports efficient and accurate collection, processing, analysis, and retrieval of information. An information system specialist applies existing technology to solve real world problems. The Computer Information Systems minor provides students with an overview of the fundamental concepts of the discipline.
Admission to the Program
Any undergraduate student can declare this minor.
The minor consists of 18 credits. At least 9 credits must be taken at The College at Brockport.
Note: The prerequisite courses are CIS 116, CSC 120, and MTH 122
Required Courses (8 credits)
- CSC 203 Problem Solving with Objects (4 credits)
- CIS 202 Fundamentals of Information Systems (3 credits)
- CIS 206 IT Tools (1 credit)
Elective Courses (10 credits)
Students select from the following options:
- Computer Information Systems courses numbered 300-489
- CSC 205 Fundamentals of Data Structures (4 credits)
- CSC 209 UNIX Tools (1 credit)