The Department of Computer Science and Information Systems in the Mike Cottrell College of Business offers courses of study leading to the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Computer Science, the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Cybersecurity, the Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in Information Systems, and the Associate of Science (A.S.) degree with an advising pathway in Computer Science. The department also offers five minors. These include mobile app development, cybersecurity, information assurance and security, computer science, and computer information systems, as well as selected major concentrations.
The degrees, minors, and courses in computer science and information systems prepare graduates for high-tech careers in the thriving fields of computer science, information systems, and information technology in businesses and organizations of all sizes. Courses in programming, web and mobile app development, information security, software engineering, computer architecture, operating systems, networking, databases, and intelligent systems, along with a sound theoretical foundation ensure graduates stand out in the workplace. In addition, the minors in mobile add value to any degree program and broaden career opportunities for graduates in any field of study.
Completing B.B.A. in Information Systems requires students to meet the Admission to Upper Division requirements for the Mike Cottrell College of Business prior to enrolling in most 3000/4000 level courses. Students must also complete the Student Professional Development Program (PROS) 90 days prior to graduation with a B.B.A. degree. The specific requirements for the B.B.A. are addressed in the Mike Cottrell College of Business section of this catalog.
ProgramsAssociate of ScienceBachelor of Business AdministrationBachelor of ScienceMinor