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Computer Information Systems minor
(for students in degree programs other than BCIS)

Entrance requirements

Students may declare the CIS minor once they have completed the lower-level requirements. A GPA of 2.67 or better in the lower-level CIS/COMP courses is required for acceptance. Students should declare the minor to the CIS department. Students also require B.C. Principles of Math 11 with a grade of C or better or MATH 085 with a grade of C or better, in order to take required CIS and COMP courses.

Academic performance for the minor in CIS

Students in the CIS minor program must maintain semester and cumulative grade point averages of at least 2.0 (a C average). Students must have a GPA of 2.0 (a C average) on the courses required. Upper-level CIS and COMP courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher in order to be counted for credit toward the minor.

Students who do not maintain the required cumulative grade point average will be placed on Academic Warning for one semester. If they do not attain the required CGPA, they will be required to withdraw from the minor.

Program requirements

Lower-level requirements

Course Title Credits
COMP 125 Principles of Computing 3
COMP 150 Introduction to Programming 4
CIS 190 System Hardware Concepts 4
CIS or COMP 3 courses numbered 100 or 200 (excluding CIS 100, CIS 110 and CIS 115) 9
Total   20

Upper-level requirements

Course Title Credits
CIS or COMP Any five upper-level (300 or 400 level) CIS or COMP courses 15
Total   35


Computer Information Systems extended minor
(for students in degree programs other than BCIS)

Entrance requirements

Students may declare the CIS extended minor once they have completed the lower-level requirements. A GPA of 2.67 or better in the lower-level CIS/COMP courses is required. Students should declare the extended minor to the CIS department.

Students also require B.C. Principles of Math 11 with a grade of C or better or MATH 085 with a grade of C or better, in order to take required CIS and COMP courses.

Academic performance for the extended minor in CIS

Students in the CIS extended minor program must maintain semester and cumulative grade point averages of at least 2.0 (a C average. Students must have a GPA of 2.0 ( a C average) on the courses required for acceptance. Upper-level CIS and COMP courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher in order to be counted for credit toward the minor.

Students who do not maintain the required cumulative grade point average will be placed on Academic Warning for one semester. If they not attain the required CGPA, they will be required to withdraw from the minor.

Program requirements

Lower-level requirements

Course Title Credits
COMP 125 Principles of Computing 3
CIS 145 Web Publishing  
 or CIS 146 Web Publishing — Intermediate 4
COMP 150 Introduction to Programming 4
COMP 155 Object Oriented Programming  
 or CIS 180 Introduction to Visual Programming 4
CIS 190 Systems Hardware Concepts 4
CIS 192 Introduction to Networking 4
CIS 230 Databases and Database Management Systems 4
CIS 270 Analysis and Design 3
Total   30

Upper-level requirements

Course Title Credits
CIS or COMP Any 6 upper-level CIS or COMP courses 18
Total   48

Course listings

For complete details on courses see the course descriptions section.


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