B.S. Computer Information Systems
The IDEAL Program offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems. In addition, Averett offers a minor in Computer Information Systems to complement any major.
The purposes of courses in this department are to train students in the techniques, theory, and applications of computer science and information systems as well as in specific programming languages and computer systems. The two majors give students sufficient training to pursue any of the following:
- A career in the public or private sector in a computer-related position.
- Additional education at the graduate level in the areas of computer science, business, management information systems, and other quantitative fields.
The Computer Science Department believes the strengths of its programs are a direct result of its dedicated students, personal attention from a faculty that places emphasis on quality teaching, and a faculty that is interested in and constantly aware of individual progress.
Students must attain at least a 2.00 grade point average in the major in order to graduate.
Requirements for a Major in Computer Information Systems
In addition to the general education and elective requirements, the following courses are required:
- CSS113, Microcomputers and Application Software
- CSS114, Web Authoring and Office Applications
- CSS211, Introduction to Programming I
- CSS212, Introduction to Programming II
- CSS271, Topics in Operating Systems
- CSS351, System Administration
- CSS372, Networks and Internets
- CSS375, Principles of Databases
- CSS401, Project in Computer Science
- CSS Elective at 200-400 level
- BSA206, Business Communication (pre-requisite course)
- BSA221, Principles of Accounting I
- BSA305, Principles of Management
- BSA402, Quantitative Decision Making
- BSA434, Business Law
- MTH160, Introduction to Statistics
- MTH171, Applied Calculus or MTH201, Calculus I
Check the catalog for requirements