Business Information Systems Major – Core Sequence

Business Info. Systems Major – (BS) Recommended Sequence

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule.


First Year
LAC T1M Mathematics (First year Foundational) 3
LAC T1W College Writing (First year Foundational) 3
LAC T1HW Health & Wellness (First year Foundational) 2
LAC T1FY First Year Experience (First year Foundational) 3
BUS 201 Principles of Management 3
LAC T1SS Social Sciences 3
LAC T2IS Principles of Microeconomics 0-3
BUS 205 Information Management 0-3
LAC Other Tier 1 or Tier 2 categories 6-9
MAT 216 Statistical Data Analysis 0-3
or
ECO 215 Statistics for Business and Economics 0-3
Total 30
Second Year
ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics 0-3
MAT 216 Statistical Data Analysis 0-3
or
ECO 215 Statistics for Business and Economics 0-3
BUS 205 Information Management 0-3
BUS 201 Principles of Management (if not taken in first year) 3
ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I 3
BUS 225 Principles of Marketing 3
BUS 245 Business Finance 3
BUS 260 Operations Management 0-3
BUS 361 Business Information Systems 6
Minor Courses and LAC – Other LAC Tier 1 or Tier 2 categories 9-15
Total 30
Third Year
BUS 245 Business Finance 3
BUS 260 Operations Management 0-3
BIS 361 Business Information System 3
BIS 370 Systems Analysis & Design 3
BIS 375 Electronic Commerce 3
BIS 377 Organizational Website & Database Management 3
CSC 249 Visual Basic 3
or
CSC 251 Net Centric Computing 3
BIS BIS Major Electives 3-6
LAC LAC – Other LAC Tier 1 or Tier 2 categories 9-15
Minor Courses or Electives 3-6
Total 30
Fourth Year
BIS 430 Enterprise Resource Planning and E-Business 3
BIS 461 Seminar on Information Systems & Business Strategies 3
BIS 490 Business Information Systems Internship 3
BIS Advanced BIS Electives 6-9
Minor Courses or other Electives 9-15
Total 30


Note: Please see BIS Major LAC Advisement Sheet for logical prerequisite flow of LAC courses and BIS major courses and listings of BIS electives. Pay close attention to prerequisites and sequencing of BIS electives, minor courses, and courses cross-listed with minors.