Major in SIS - Program Requirements (2003 catalog)

The following requirements apply to students enrolling for the first time in Fall 2003. Students who were enrolled prior to Fall 2003 may complete the requirements in effect when they were originally admitted but have the option to complete the requirements listed below instead.

The B.A. degree requires 120 credit hours: 51 hours of major-specific courses, 15 hours of student-selected concentration courses, 15 hours of mathematics and statistics, and 39 hours of general education requirements, liberal studies, and electives. Complete course descriptions are available in the University Catalog.

The required major courses are:

The student-selected concentration encompasses 15 semester hours of courses that form a coherent area of study related to developing information systems applications. Selected in consultation with their advisor, these courses provide students with the freedom to tailor their undergraduate education to more closely meet their personal goals and help them prepare for specific careers that fulfill their individual interests.