Check List for Information System

COURSES:

  • CSE 106 Introduction to Pascal Programming
  • CSE 112 Fundamentals of Computer Information Systems
  • CSE 114 Computer Science I
  • CSE 201 Computer Science II
  • CSE 220 Computer Organization & Systems Programming

  • THE FOLLOWING UPPER-DIVISION COURSES:
  • CSE 302 Software Engineering
  • ISE 305 Database Management Systems
  • ISE 310 Networks and Communication
  • ISE 440 Senior Design I
  • ISE 441 Senior Design II
  • ISE 300 Upper-Division Writing Requirement

  • MATHEMATICS COURSES:
  • MAT 131 or MAT 133
    or
  • MAT 125 or MAT 123 & 124
  • MAT 126
  • AMS 210 Applied Linear Algebra
  • AMS 310 Survey of Probability & Statistics
    or
  • AMS 201 Matrix Methods and Models &
  • ECO 320 Mathematical Statistics

  • BUSINESS COURSES:
  • ECO 101 Introduction to Economic Analysis or
  • ECO 104, Honors Course
  • ECO/PAM 114 Financial Accounting
  • Business Electives (Quantitative, Qualitative, Computer Technology related)

  • INFORMATION SYSTEMS & COMPUTER SCIENCE ELECTIVES:
    choose four out of the following:
  • CSE 306 Operating Systems
  • CSE 307 Programming Languages
  • CSE 328 Fundamentals of Computer Graphics
  • ISE 315 Database Transaction Processing Systems
  • ISE 332 Intro. to Scientific Visualization
  • ISE 333 Introduction to User Interface Development
  • ISE 390 Special Topics in Information Systems
  • ISE 487 Research in Information Systems
  • ISE 488 Internship in Industry

  • BUSINESS ELECTIVES: Choose a total of at least three courses, a minimum of one from each of the Qunatitative, Qualitative, and Computer Technology Related categories below:

    QUANTITATIVE:

  • ECO/PAM 214 Managerial Accounting
  • PAM 346 Production/Operation Mgmt. or
  • EST 393 Production & Operations Analysis (but not both)
  • PAM 349 Management Science*
  • ECO 368 Modern Portfolio Theory*
  • ECO 389 Corporate Finance*
  • EST 392 Engineering and Managerial Economics
  • QUALITATIVE:
  • PAM 348 Principles of Marketing
  • POL 261 Business Law or
  • ECO 345 Law & Economic Issues(not both)
  • POL 359 Public Policy Analysis
    or
  • PSY 313 Organization Behavior Management*
  • SOC 383 Sociology of Business*
  • COMPUTER / TECHNOLOGY RELATED:
  • EST 302 Assesment of Computer-Based Technologies
  • EST 325 Technology in the Workplace
  • PAM 340 Management Information Systems
  • *= course has prereqisties and/or co--requisities not included in the ISE graduation requirements.