Systems Integration Course List

Prerequisites To Enter This Program
Transfer courses fulfilling the prerequisite courses for acceptance to the upper division must be completed at the 'C' level or higher in the past five years.

  • Introduction to Computers course
  • Computer Programming course(s)
  • Computer Networking course(s)
  • Database Programming course(s)
  • 12 quarter hours in the area of concentration

Summary of Degree Requirements

Quarter Hours

Required Courses:

24
CIS 208/209 Database Programming  
CIS 232/234 Local Area Networks  
CIS 237/239 Internetworking  
CIS 240/242 Systems Engineering I  
CIS 244/246 Security Fundamentals  
CIS 261/263 LINUX/UNIX  
       
Required Upper Division Information Systems 24
CIS 307 Client/Server Network Database  
CIS 318 JAVA Programming  
CIS 356 Advanced Internship  
CIS 415 Database Management  
CIS 444 Network Security  
CIS 498 Senior Project  
       
Elective Courses  
CIS 291 Interface Web Design  
CIS 309 Database Development  
       
Networking Specialization 20-32

Three of the following Thematic Sequences

 
CIS 364 LAN Switching  
CIS 366 WAN Technologies  
CIS 443 Wireless Technologies  
       
Security    
CIS 444* Network Security  
CIS 445 Advanced Network Services  
CIS 446 Computer Forensics  
       
Systems Integration  
CIS 421 Residential Network, Wiring & Computing  
CIS 422 Home Entertainment Systems, Audio/Video  
CIS 423 Residential Security & Lighting Control Systems  
or      
CIS 424 Residential Telecommunication, HVAC Control & Water Management  
       
Database    
CIS 307* Client/Server Network Database  
CIS 308 Database Design  
CIS 415* Database Management  
       
Network Management  
CIS 443 Wireless Technologies  
CIS 445 Advanced Network Services  
CIS 447 Network Management  
       
Business Management  
CIS 310 Management Information Systems  
MGT 310 Contemporary Applied Management  
MGT 400 Operations Management  
       
*Denotes course that is also a Required Upper Division Course  
       
Major Electives 16-28
Major Requirements 96
   
Free Electives 16
General Education Courses 68
   
Career Management Courses 8
CMT 330 Personal Narrative & Branding  
CMT 440 Career Management  
   
Bachelor Degree Requirements Met 188

 
Academic programs and courses subject to change based on enrollment.

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