Internet Technologies (iT) Concentration for MIS Majors (18 hours)

The Internet Technologies (iT) Concentration supplements the Computer Sciences (CS) and Management Information Systems (MIS) curricula by focusing on the expertise needed to implement solutions that involve contemporary Internet technologies and software applications. The concentration is designed to accommodate the differing backgrounds of MIS and CS majors, while providing the necessary knowledge to pursue the iT concentration. The iT concentration provides extensive hands-on, project-based experience for students.

Core Courses (6 hours) 

CSCI 2850Programming on the Internet

3 credits

CSCI 3830Advanced Java Programming

3 credits

Elective Courses (9 hours) 

CIST 2910Multimedia Systems

3 credits

ISQA 3310Managing the Database Environment

3 credits

ISQA 3400Business Data Communications

3 credits

ISQA 3520/ISQA 8525Graphical User Interface Design

3 credits

ISQA 4000/ISQA 8086Special Topics: Information Systems & Quantitative Analysis

1 - 5 credits

ISQA 4180/ISQA 8186Electronic Commerce

3 credits

ISQA 4300/ISQA 8306Database Administration

3 credits

ISQA 4730/ISQA 8736Decision Support Systems

3 credits

ISQA 4880/ITIN 4880Systems Simulation and Modeling

3 credits

ISQA 4890/CSCI 4890Data Warehousing and Data Mining

3 credits

*NOTE: The ISQA 4000 topic MUST be related to Internet Technologies. Prior approval from the ISQA Undergraduate Program Committee is required prior to taking this course.

Capstone Course (3 hours)
ISQA 4900Internet Systems Development

3 credits