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1 Computer and Information Sciences Department Academic Degree Planner CERTIFICATE ASSOCIATE MINOR BACHELOR MASTER COMPUTER SCIENCE COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE COMPUTER WEB DEVELOPMENT COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Spring 2012

2 T HE C OMPUTER AND I NFORMATION S CIENCES D EPARTMENT MISSION The mission of Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) Department is to provide computing education, research, and service of excellence that can benefit the society. We strive to graduate outstanding leaders in the field with breadth and depth for immediate productivity in careers within a wide range of areas in theoretic and applied computing. This is achieved by exposing our students to the latest innovations in the field of computing. Our curriculum maintains connected with academic, industrial, and governmental demands. We deliver state-of-the-art knowledge on theoretic, analytic, and applied computing through degree programs that articulate from technical to graduate degrees. Our students are involved in exciting and challenging opportunities through projects, research, and publications of scholar activity. We emphasize outstanding research as the bridge to convey innovative ideas to change what is the state of the art in theoretic and applied computing. This is done to benefit our current and future students. SUCCESS The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine (www.hispanicoutlook.com) ranked the CIS Department in 2010 and 2011 as one of the top 10 in America with respect to the number of computing degrees awarded to Hispanics. In the CIS Department had grant expenditures for more than 1.2 million dollars that were awarded to its faculty. The CIS department hosts the biggest high performance computing facility in the Rio Grande Valley (hpc.utb.edu). A CADEMIC D EGREES Master of Science in Computer Science Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies Computer Science Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Bachelor of Science in Computational Science Associate of Science in Computer Science Computer Scientists possess strong foundations in computer architecture and algorithms, allowing them to apply innovative computing technology to automate processes and to solve problems effectively and efficiently. Areas of application include the design, implementation, research, and study of computing fields such as computer information systems, networking, databases, computer security, web development, software development, and computer graphics. Employment opportunities include positions in software development and research, database systems, networking and data communications. Graduates of this program are prepared for graduate studies in computer science at master and doctoral levels. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD telephone: (410) Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies Computer Science Bachelor of Applied Technology in Computer Information Systems Technology Associate of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems Associate of Applied Science in Computer Web Development Certificate Level-1 in Computer Information Systems Certificate Level-1 in Computer Web Development Computer Information Technology graduates apply Information Technology (IT) to sustain the performance of a broad range of occupations and daily life situations by operating, configuring and maintaining software and hardware in computing systems. Areas of application include data center operation, networking and data communications setup, database management systems maintenance, web support, and digital media assistance. Employment opportunities are extensive in the field of IT and include positions such as analyst, specialist, or operation in data centers, networking, database management systems, and IT support services Page 1 Computer and Information Sciences Department

3 W HAT M AJOR S HOULD I C HOOSE? The CIS department offers several majors dealing with computer related areas but in different ways. The following table points out the basic differences between Computer Science (CS), Computational Science, and Computer Information Technology (CIT) and it should help in deciding which major to pursue. Computer Science Computational Science Computer Information Technology Emphasis Study, design, and construction of efficient computing systems. Computer science applied to a specific professional discipline. Configuration, integration, and application of information technology (IT). Functions Building software and hardware. Integrating computing solutions Using software and hardware. Skills Workplace Degree Comprehensive theoretical foundations with practical applications through laboratories. Software or hardware development and research jobs in businesses, industry, education and IT. Students obtain an Associate of Science (AS) in CS after completing course work equivalent to two years of study. The Bachelor of Science (BS) in CS is obtained by the fourth year. BS CS graduates can, in two more years, complete a Master of Science (MS) in CS or a MS in Interdisciplinary Studies (MSIS) in CS. in a specialization field. Skills of two different disciplines, one in computer science and the other in a second academic major. Specialized computer science jobs in specialized niches provided by the second major Students obtain an Associate of Science (AS) in CS after completing course work equivalent to two years of study. The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computational Science (CMS) is obtained by the fourth year. BS CMS graduates can, in two more years, complete a Master of Science (MS) in CS or a MS in Interdisciplinary Studies (MSIS) in CS. Practical focus with essential theoretic aspects introduced through laboratories. IT jobs in businesses, industry, education, government, or anyplace where computers are used. Majors can obtain a Certificate Level-1 (CL1) in IT or in Computer Web Development (CWD) after completing course work equivalent to one year of study. An Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Computer Information Systems (CIS) or in CWD is obtained by the second year. The Bachelor of Applied Technology (BAT) in CIS Technology () is completed by the fourth year. BAT graduates can complete, in two more years, a MS in Interdisciplinary Studies (MSIS) in CS. The following analogy may be of further help in distinguishing between CS and CIT. The engineer in charge of designing and building a plane is different from the pilot who flies it. The pilot must know about the functionalities of the plane and so does the engineer in order to be successful in their jobs. Similarly, CS majors design and build the software while CIT majors are the ones who set it up and use it. C LUBS The CIS Department has two academic clubs that students can join in order to broaden their experience and connect with colleagues: Academic Computing Machinery (ACM) Brownsville Unix User Group (BUUG) Computer and Information Sciences Department Page 2

4 T HE P ATHWAY T O A D EGREE IN C OMPUTING F IELDS Associate of Science Computer Science Bachelor or Science Computer Science Master of Science Computer Science CL1 CIT CL1 CWD AAS CIS AAS CWD Bachelor of Science Computational Science Bachelor of Applied Technology Computer Information Systems Master of Science Interdisciplinary Studies Computer Sciences 1 st Year 2 nd Year 3 rd Year The entire pathway to a bachelor degree in computing fields is shown in the figure above. It is important for students to contact an advisor in order to make informed decisions. COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY Students interested in a bachelor degree in Computer Information Systems Technology start with a Certificate Level-1 (CL1) in Computer Information Technology (IT) or a CL1 in Computer Web Development (CWD). The CL1 is designed to be completed in one year. Once the certificate degree is earned within one year, students may continue with an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Computer Information Systems (CIS) or an AAS in CWD. The CL1 credits are transferred to the AAS; therefore, completing the AAS would require only one additional year after the CL1. Notice that CL1 CWD transfers to AAS CIS; however, CL1 CIT may not transfer to AAS CWD. 4 th Year 5 th Year 6 th Year Once the associate s degree is earned within two years, students may continue with a Bachelor of Applied Technology (BAT) in Computer Information Systems Technology (). The credits from the associate s degree are transferred to the BAT ; therefore, completing the BAT would require only two additional years. COMPUTER SCIENCE AND COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE Students interested in a Computer Science (CS) or Computational Science (CMS) bachelor degree start with an Associate of Science (AS) in Computer Science (CS). Once the AS is earned within two years, students may continue with either a Bachelor of Science (BS) in CS or a BS in CMS. Earning a BS degree is expected by the fourth year of study. BS graduates may continue a Master of Science (MS) in CS or Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies (MSIS) in CS which typically requires two years of study. E MPLOYMENT AND S ALARY Computing degrees are in high demand and expected to stay this way. Salaries in the field depend on several factors such as degree, certifications, and experience. The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) estimated recently around 265,030 employees in computer and information science occupations in Texas [TWC. (n.d.). Wage Information Network. Retrieved August 10, 2010, from The same report estimates that the entry, median, mean, and expected wages in Texas are respectively $43,104, $72,688, $75,695, and $91,990. The highest expected wage in the field is $135,603 for computer scientists in research while the lowest expected wage in the field is $89,889 for computer support specialists, according to the report. Page 3 Computer and Information Sciences Department

5 DIGITAL CYBER SECURITY AND FORENSICS 4313 Computer Networks 4342 Database Management Systems 4318 Digital Forensics 4319 Computer and Cyber Security COMPUTER VISION AND IMAGE PROCESSING 4330 Computer Graphics 4332 Human-Computer Interaction 4333 Digital Image Processing 4335 Computer Vision COMPUTER WEB DEVELOPMENT 3316 Web Programming and Design 4313 Computer Networks 4342 Database Management Systems 4321 E-Commerce C OMPUTER S CIENCE T RACKS COMPUTER NETWORKING 4317 Signals and Systems 4313 Computer Networks 4315 Advanced Computer Networks 4319 Computer and Cyber Security ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 4350 Artificial Intelligence 4355 Expert Systems 4343 Data Mining 4335 Computer Vision THEORY OF COMPUTATION 4361 Computability Theory 4362 Complexity Theory 4345 Advanced Algorithm Analysis 4360 Numerical Methods BIOINFORMATICS 4342 Database Management Systems 4343 Data Mining 4381 Bioinformatics 4382 Advanced Bioinformatics SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 4332 Human-Computer Interaction 4321 E-Commerce 4346 Software Engineering 4347 Advanced Software Engineering SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT 4349 Advanced Computer Architecture 4300 Compiler Construction 4310 Operating Systems 4317 Signals and Systems COMPUTER NETWORKS MANAGEMENT AND A SSOCIATE C OMPUTER I NFORMATION T ECHNOLOGY T RACKS SECURITY ITNW 2413 Networking Hardware (Network+ Certification) ITNW 2412 Routers and Switches (CISCO Certified Network Associate -- CCNA ICND-I) CPMT 2434 Network Security (Security+ Certification) ITNW 2453 Advanced Routers and Switches (CISCO Certified Network Associate -- CCNA ICND-II) ITNW 2454 Internet/Intranet Server (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist MCTS -- Microsoft Hosted Environments, Configuration and Management) COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND DIGITAL VIDEO PRODUCTION ARTV D Animation I (Autodesk Maya) ARTV 1451 Digital Video (Adobe Premier) ARTV 2441 Advanced Digital Video (Tricaster Cyber Audio and Video) ARTV D Animation II (Autodesk 3ds Max) POFI 2431 Desktop Publishing for Office (Adobe Certified Associate -- Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) COMPUTER WEB DEVELOPMENT ITSE 1411 Beginning Web Page Programming (JavaScript) ITNW 2459 Web Server Support & Maintenance (Apache) IMED 2415 Web Design II (Adobe Flash) INEW 2434 Advanced Web Page Programming (PHP and MySQL) IMED 2409 Internet Commerce (CIW E-Commerce Designer Certification) Computer and Information Sciences Department Page 4

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9 C OMPUTER S CIENCE P ERPETUAL C ALENDAR Symbols Course Dependency Course may be offered every year Elective may be offered every odd year Elective may be offered every even year MATH 2412 PC 1336 PF-I Fall MATH 2413 C-I 1337 PF-II 2325 MLCO Spring 4333 DIP 4335 CV MATH 2414 C-II 4317 SS 4360 NM 4350 AI 4361 CMT 4345 AAD-II MATH 3381 STAT 2336 PF-III 3345 AAD-I 4313 CN-I 2310 DS 4342 DBMS 2316 WPD PHYS 2325 UP-I PHYS 2326 UP-II 4382 ABI 4310 OS 3355 PPL 2312 DL 3325 CA-I 4349 CA-II Spring Fall Spring Fall 4315 CN-II 4355 ES 4362 CXT 4330 CG 4346 SE-I 4190 SP 4321 EC 4332 HCI 4343 DM 4381 BI 4300 CC Fall Computer Science Courses CCS 4318 DF Programming Fundamentals I Programming Fundamentals II Discrete Structures Digital Logic Machine Language and Computer Architecture Programming Fundamentals III Web Programming and Design Computer Architecture Algorithm Analysis Principles of Programming Languages Senior Project Compiler Construction Operating Systems Computer Networks Advanced Computer Networks Signals and Systems Digital Forensics Computer and Cyber Security E-Commerce Computer Graphics Human Computer Interaction Digital Image Processing 4347 SE-II Support Courses MATH 1412 MATH 3381 MATH 2413 MATH 2414 PHYS PHYS Computer Vision Database Management Systems Data mining Advanced Algorithm Analysis Software Engineering Advanced Software Engineering Advanced Computer Architecture Artificial Intelligence Expert Systems Numerical Methods Computability Theory Complexity Theory Bio-Informatics Advanced Bio-Informatics Pre-Calculus Statistics Calculus I Calculus II University Physics I University Physics II Spring Computer and Information Sciences Department Page 8

10 C OMPUTER I NFORMATION T ECHNOLOGY P ERPETUAL C ALENDAR Data Center Infrastructure Computer Graphics and Digital Video Production Computer Networks Management and Security Core Computer Web Development ITSC 1425 PCH ITSC 2446 CCM COMING SOON ITSC 1407 UOS-I ITDF 1305 FDS ITSW 2365 PDP ARTV DA-I ARTV DA-II COMING SOON ARTV 1451 DV ARTV 2441 ADV POFI 2431 DPFTO ITNW 2413 NH CPMT 2434 NS ITNW 2412 RS ITNW 2453 ARS ITNW 2454 I/IS 1301 MCA ITNW 2405 NA 1336 PF-I 1337 PF-II IMED 1416 WD-I ITSE 2409 DBP ITSE 1450 SAD ITNW 2459 WSSM IMED 2415 WD-II ITSE 1411 BWP INEW 2434 AWP IMED 2409 IC Spring Fall Spring Fall Core 1301 Introduction to computing (Computer Literacy Microsoft Office Specialist Certification) IMED 1416 Web Design I (Adobe Certified Associate Dreamweaver) ITSE 2409 Database Programming (Oracle DBA Certification) ITNW 2405 Network Administration (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist MCTS Network and Infrastructure Configuration) ITSE 1450 System Analysis and Design (IBM Certified Solutions Designer Object Oriented Analysis and Design vuml2) 1336 Programming Fundamentals I 1337 Programming Fundamentals II Computer Networks Management and Security ITNW 2413 Network Hardware (Network+ Certification) ITNW 2412 Routers and Switches (CISCO Certified Network Associate CCNA ICND-I) CPMT 2434 Network Security (Security+ Certification) ITNW 2453 Advanced Routers and Switches (CISCO Certified Network Associate CCNA ICND-II) ITNW 2454 Internet/Intranet Server (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist MCTS Microsoft Hosted Environments, Configuration and Management) Data Center Infrastructure ITSC 1425 Personal Computer Hardware (A+ Certification) ITSC 1407 Unix Operating System I (LPIC Linux Professional Institute Certification) ITSE 2446 Computer Center Management (CompTIA Server+ Certification) ITDF 1305 Fundamentals of Digital Data Storage (EMC Storage Area Network Specialist Certification) ITSW 2365 Practicum-DPT Computer Graphics and Digital Video Production ARTV D Animation I (Autodesk Maya) ARTV 1451 Digital Video (Adobe Premier) ARTV 2441 Advanced Digital Video (Tricaster Cyber Audio and Video) ARTV D Animation II (Autodesk 3ds Max) POFI 2431 Desktop Publishing for Office (Adobe Certified Associate Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) Computer Web Development ITSE 1411 Beginning Web Programming (JavaScript) ITNW 2459 Web Server Support & Maintenance (Apache) IMED 2415 Web Design II (Adobe Flash) INEW 2434 Advanced Web Page Programming (PHP and MySQL) IMED 2409 Internet Commerce (CIW E-Commerce Designer Certification) 3316 WPD 3340 CMET 3310 FIT 2336 PF-III 3355 PPL 1337 PF-II 3313 CN-I 4313 CN-II 4318 DF 4330 CGDI-I 4360 CGDI-II 4342 DBMS-II 3342 DBMS-I 4346 SAD 4310 OSM 4381 BI Fall Spring Fall Operating Systems Management 3340 Concepts and Methods of Education Technology Advanced Computer Networks 3342 Database Management Systems Computer Graphics and Digital Image Processing 1337 Programming Fundamentals II Advanced Database Management Systems 2336 Programming Fundamentals III Systems Analysis and Design 3316 Web Programming and Design Advanced Computer Graphics and Digital Imaging Processing 3355 Principles of Programming Languages Foundations of Information Technology 4318 Digital Forensics Computer Networks 4381 Bioinformatics Page 9 Computer and Information Sciences Department

11 C ONTACT I NFORMATION FACULTY Katherine T. De La Vega, M.B.A. Assistant Master TI. Office: SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) Juan Raymundo Iglesias, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Chair. Office: SETB 1.550A (956) Fax: (956) Fitratullah Khan, Ph.D. Professor. Office: R112 Phone: (956) Fax: (956) Hansheng Lei, Ph.D. Assistant Professor. Office: SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) Blanca Esthela Lozano, M.B.A. Assistant Professor, Associate Chair for College Programs Office: SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) Domingo Molina III, M.S. Assistant Professor, Chief Accreditation Officer Office: SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) Mahmoud K. Quweider, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Associate Chair for Research and Graduate Programs. Office: SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) Bari M. Siddique, M.S. Associate Master TI. Office; SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) Lappoon Rupert Tang, Ph.D. Associate Professor. Office: SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) Liyu Zhang, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Office: SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) ADJUNCT FACULTY Alfonso Solis Jr., M.S. Instructor. Office: SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) STAFF Janie Garza Secretary II. Office: SETB Phone: (956) / Fax: (956) Rocio Gutierrez, B.B.A. Administrative Clerk II. Office: SETB Phone: (956) / Fax: (956) F ACILITIES The Department of Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) is located in the Science, Engineering and Technology Building (SETB) first floor with the main office located in room SETB The department is equipped with seven computer laboratories in addition to the University general laboratories located throughout the campus. The CIS specific labs are as follows: Computer Graphics and Digital Video Production Laboratory (Cortez 101). Advanced Computing Laboratory (Rusteberg 103) Computer Networks Management and Security (Rusteberg 105) Computer Web Development (Rusteberg 108) Computational Science Laboratory (Rusteberg 110) Computer Information Technology (Rusteberg 111) Open Laboratory (SETB 1.508) Computer and Information Sciences Department Page 10

12 MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE MASTER OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE BACHELOR OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY IN COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN COMPUTER WEB DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY LEVEL 1 IN COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY LEVEL 1 IN COMPUTER WEB DEVELOPMENT H ABLA Y A P ARA R EGISTRARTE! INGLÉS INTENSIVO UTB-TSC ofrece programas de inglés intensivo para estudiantes extranjeros durante el verano o semestres regulares. Aprende inglés en UTB-TSC para presentar el examen de colocación o el TOEFL. Llama a Jessica Banda en la oficina del Language Institute para más información. Language Institute Oficina: Suite D3A, ITEC Campus Tel: (956) Fax: (956) VISA PARA ESTUDIANTES EXTRANJEROS Si eres extranjero necesitarás la forma I-20 para estudiar en UTB-TSC. Afortunadamente estamos listos para ayudarte en conseguirla. Llama a Thelma Sullivan, consejera especialista para estudiantes extranjeros en la oficina de International Student Services para más información. Global Engagement Oficina: Tandy, Room 227 Tel: (956) Fax: (956) C ALL N OW F OR F INANCIAL A ID GENERAL FINANCIAL AID Office: Tandy 206 Phone: (956) Fax: (956) STUDENT EMPLOYMENT AT UTB-TSC Office: Cortez Building - Suite 129 Phone: (956) Fax (956) MASTER S PROGRAM FELLOWSHIPS Office: Champion Hall, 1st Floor Phone: (956) Fax: (956) SCORPION SCHOLARS PROGRAM Office: Cavalry 103 Phone: (956) Fax: (956) CSMT FELLOWSHIPS Office: SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) CIS FELLOWSHIPS Office: SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) A DVIC E UNDERGRADUATE ADVISING Academic Advising Office: Camille Lightner Center Phone: (956) Fax: (956) GRADUATE ADVISING Dr. Mahmoud K. Quweider Office: SETB Phone: (956) Fax: (956) Page 11 Computer and Information Sciences Department

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