A revised curriculum is currently being considered. We anticipate that this new curriculum will go into effect for the Fall Semester, 2013.
Curriculum RequirementsCore Courses:
- CIS 200 Fundamentals of Software Design and Implementation (4 hours)
- CIS 300 Data and Program Structures (3 hours)
- CIS 301 Logical Foundations of Programming (3 hours)
- CIS 450 Computer Architecture and Operations (3 hours)
- CIS 501 Software Architecture and Design (3 hours)
- ECE 241 Introduction to Computer Engineering (3 hours)
- CIS 308 C/C++ Programming Laboratory (1 hour)
- CIS 415 Computers and Society (1 hour)
- CIS 525 Telecommunications and Data Communications Systems (3 hours)
- CIS 526 Web Interface Design (3 hours)
- CIS 543 Software Engineering Design Project (3 hours)
- CIS 562 Enterprise Information Systems (3 hours)
- CIS 597 Information Systems Project (3 hours)
- 6 hours of information systems environment courses, typically outside of CIS
- MATH 205 General Calculus and Linear Algebra (3 hours)
- STAT 325 Introduction to Statistics (3 hours)
- ACCTG 231 Accounting for Business Operations (3 hours)
- CIS 115 Introduction to Computing Science (3 hours)
- CMST 135 Web Page Development I (3 hours)
- ENGL 100 Expository Writing I (3 hours)
- ENGL 200 Expository Writing II (3 hours)
- ENGL 516 Written Communication for the Sciences (3 hours)
- One of:
- ECON 110 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hours)
- 18 hours taken from the list approved by the College of Engineering. These and other courses must cover all areas from the K-State 8 Program.
- At least 11 hours, including a lab class and a class with a science prerequisite. Must be approved by the department.
- 20-23 hours of additional coursework. A total of 124 hours are required for the BS degree.
Changes from Previous CurriculaThe following courses are no longer required:
- CIS 015 Undergraduate Seminar
- CIS 362 Introduction to Business Programming
- Math 312 Finite Applications of Mathematics
- Natural Science Elective (3 hrs)
- CIS 115 Introduction to Computing Science. Topics include: mechanical computers, digital computers, bioinformatics, microcontrollers, robotics, security, scientific computing, simulation, and web technologies.
- CMST 135 Web Page Development I. Topics in this course will include: concepts of communications across the Internet, differences in browsers, and the technology required to create web pages. In-depth coverage of web page design and implementation with HyperText Markup Language (HTML). Students are required to complete several laboratory assignments outside of class.
- CIS 526 Web Interface Design. Topics in this course will include: fundamental principles and best practices of interface design, web service design, advanced web interfaces, web development frameworks, web standards and accessibility issues.
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