Information Systems B.B.A.
Degree Requirements: 124 Credit Hours
See Core Curriculum for required courses and credit hours in Area A1 through Area E.
|General Requirements (Core Areas A - E)||42|
|Area F - Courses Appropriate to Major|
|ACCT 2101||Financial Accounting||3|
|ACCT 2102||Managerial Accounting||3|
|BUSA 1105||Introduction to Business||3|
|CISM 2530||Advanced Business Applications||3|
|ECON 2105||Principles of Macroeconomics (if taken in Area E, substitute LSTD 2106)||3|
|ECON 2106||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|Specific Requirements Beyond Area A1-F|
|BUSA 3131||Business Statistics||3|
|BUSA 3132||Applied Statistics and Optimization||3|
|BUSA 4131||Strategic Management||3|
|CISM 3131||Management Information Systems||3|
|or ACCT 4130||Accounting Information Systems|
|FINC 3131||Principles of Corporate Finance||3|
|LSTD 2106||Legal Environment of Business (if ECON 2015 taken in Area E, then substitute into Area F)||0-3|
|MATH 1232||Survey of Calculus (if not taken in Area A-E)||0-3|
|MGNT 3130||Principles of Management||3|
|MGNT 3430||Operations Management||3|
|MKTG 3131||Principles of Marketing||3|
|CISM 2030||Introduction to Business Programming||3|
|or CSCI 1236||Introduction to Java Programming|
|or CSCI 1301||Programming Principles I|
|CISM 3133||Database Management||3|
|CISM 3134||Data Communications||3|
|CISM 3135||Systems Analysis and Design||3|
|CISM 3333||ERP Systems Using SAP||3|
|CISM 4135||Project Management and Development||3|
|Two upper-division CISM courses (6) OR one upper division CISM course (3) and one upper division (3) course in a closely-related discipline as approved by the Information Systems Department Chair||6|
|Select 6 credit hours of Electives (should be chosen in consultation with the student’s advisor) unless ECON 2105 and/or MATH 1232 used to meet requirements in Area A-E, in which case students will take up to 12 credit hours of electives||6-12|
Honors in Information Systems
To graduate with Honors in Information Systems, a student must:
- be admitted to the University Honors Program;
- successfully complete Research Seminar (BUSA 3610) and Business Seminar (BUSA 3620);1
- successfully complete and present an Honors Thesis or Capstone Project;
- be in good standing in the University Honors Program at the time of graduation.
Honors students in the College of Business are strongly encouraged to take Introduction to Business (BUSA 1105), Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON 2105), Financial Accounting (ACCT 2101), Managerial Accounting (ACCT 2102), Legal Environment of Business (LSTD 2106), and Advanced Business Applications (CISM 2530).
Note: BUSA 3610 and BUSA 3620 together count toward a business degree program as 3 hours of free elective credit, meaning that business honors students have 3 hours less of free elective credit towards their degree than non-honors business students.
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