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1 136 Clarke College Computer Science Mission In an increasingly technical world, the computer science department strives to bring technological understanding and contemporary professional skills to the computer science major. The coursework provides students with a solid foundation in computer principles, from computer literacy through advanced computer science topics. Through utilizing the best tools available for learning, students develop critical analytical skills for informed decision making. The curriculum provides students with the practical, theoretical and ethical foundations for lifelong learning in the field through a variety of group and hands-on learning experiences. Students are able to comprehend the rapidly changing developments in technology and incorporate these changes into their own career-specific preparation. Outcomes The computer science and computer information systems curricula are designed to provide students with the theory and skills to be prepared for a variety of computing careers and lifelong learning. Upon completion of major requirements, students will be able to: 1. Create original work in analysis, design, testing and implementation of programming systems. 2. Demonstrate expertise in contemporary professional technical skills. 3. Understand computing theory and practice in preparation for graduate study and professional careers. 4. Work independently and collaboratively in a professional and ethical manner. 5. Communicate technical information effectively in oral and written form, utilizing a variety of media. 6. Research current technical issues and present their findings to their peers. 7. Understand the ethical and moral responsibilities and implications of computing. Major Requirements For a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree in Computer Information Systems (CIS,) a student must complete 35 hours of CIS courses including: 26 hours of computer information systems core courses: CIS 103 Introduction to Computer Information Systems CIS 201 Advanced Computer Applications in Business CIS 211 Introduction to Programming CIS 220 Systems Development Methodologies CIS 230 Business Application Programming I

2 Clarke College 137 CIS 250 Java Programming CIS 336 Database Design and Implementation CIS 441 Systems Development Project CIS 499 Senior Capstone 9 hours of CIS electives, taken at Clarke, at least of which are numbered 300 or above and excluding CIS 101 Computer Appl. in Business and CIS 395 Professional Development 3 additional hours from the following: CIS 231 Business Applications Programming II CIS 350 Web Programming 9 hours of business support courses: BUMG 112 Principles of Management BUAC 225 Principles of Financial Accounting BUAC 226 Principles of Managerial Accounting 6 hours of mathematics support courses: MATH 113 Intermediate Algebra MATH 220 Statistics A student must earn at least a C- in all courses required for the major. Ordinarily, no course may be repeated more than once. NOTE: For supporting business and math courses, see descriptions under the departments offering the courses. Minor Requirements For a Minor in Computer Information Systems, a student completes 21 hours including: 15 hours of computer information systems courses: CIS 103 Introduction to Computer Information Systems CIS 201 Advanced Computer Applications in Business CIS 211 Introduction to Programming CIS 220 Systems Development Methodologies CIS 336 Database Design and Implementation 6 hours of electives from among: CIS 230 Business Applications Programming CIS 250 Java Programming CIS 264 Multimedia Design and Production CIS 327 Distributed Systems and Communications BUMG 112 Principles of Management Application to Major Prior to applying for a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree in Computer Information Systems (CIS), a student must successfully complete the following courses: CIS 103 Introduction to Computer Information Systems BUMG 112 Principles of Management CIS 201 Computer Applications in Business

3 138 Clarke College Senior Performance The senior performance requirement in computer information systems includes CIS 499 Senior Capstone and the successful completion of the programming/ design project in CIS 441 Systems Development Project. Course Descriptions CIS 101 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN BUSINESS A survey of computer applications to meet information needs in business. Emphasis is on computer hardware and software applications for the individual user. Includes basic operation system commands, word processors, electronic spreadsheets, file and database management systems, presentation software and Web page development. This course will satisfy technology proficiency. CIS 103 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS An introductory survey of the needs for and roles of computer information systems in organizations. Includes discussion of the following topics: applications of computer information systems in organizations, computer hardware, data representation, data organization, telecommunications, system and application software, system development, computer security and ethics, future trends and emerging technologies. CIS 107 INTRODUCTION TO PCs, WORD PROCESSING AND PRESENTATIONS 1 hour This course is an introduction to computer concepts and applications, including hardware and software management, troubleshooting related to the Windows operating system, and word processing, presentation, and publication software. The course utilizes a step-by-step approach, encouraging students to expand their understanding of the software through experimentation, exploration and planning ahead. Exercises prepare participants to become more capable software users by requiring them to use critical thinking and problem-solving skills to create real-life documents. This course may satisfy technology proficiency. See General Education Technology Proficiency Guidelines. CIS 108 INTRODUCTION TO SPREADSHEETS AND DATABASES 1 hour This course is an introduction to computer spreadsheet and database concepts and applications, specifically dealing with Microsoft Excel and Access. Focus is on methods used to organize, interpret, apply and evaluate data while working with formulas, charts and graphs. Database emphasis is on relational design along with generating queries, forms and reports to manipulate the data. Exercises prepare participants to become more capable software users by requiring them to use critical thinking and problem-solving skills to create real-life documents. This course may satisfy technology proficiency. See General Education Technology Proficiency Guidelines.

4 Clarke College 139 CIS 109 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET, WEB PAGES, AND PHOTO EDITING 1 hour This course is an introduction to computer concepts and applications with respect to using the Internet, building simple web pages, and photo editing. The focus of this course uses the tools of the Internet (Web browsers, , ftp, telnet, and others) simple web pages and photo editing to include pictures in other applications. This course may satisfy technology proficiency. See General Education Technology Proficiency Guidelines. CIS 201 ADVANCED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN BUSINESS Advanced study of computer applications and topics, chosen from advanced spreadsheet techniques, Web development, graphic design tools, advanced database development and object-oriented environments. Prerequisite: CIS 101(or equivalent), or consent. CIS 211 Introduction to Programming An introduction to basic concepts in computing and fundamental techniques for solving computational and business problems. Programming in Visual Basic. Prerequisite: CIS 101 (or equivalent), CIS 103 and MATH 113. CIS 220 SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT METHODOLOGIES An introduction to the design of computer information systems using structured analysis and design techniques. Topics include: data collection and analysis, documentation techniques (data flow diagrams, data dictionaries), feasibility analysis, logical design specification, physical design specification, data file and database design, screen and form design, project management, testing requirements, and processing control requirements. Includes use of a computeraided software engineering (CASE) tool. Corequisite: CIS 211. CIS BUSINESS APPLICATIONS PROGRAMMING I, II Concepts and techniques of structuring data on direct-access devices; sequential, relative and indexed file organizations; table handling, subprograms; sorting; report writer; structured, top-down design techniques; interactive programming; advanced programming techniques. Programming in COBOL and business-oriented applications. Prerequisite: CIS 220. CIS 250 JAVA PROGRAMMING An introduction to the Java programming language and object-oriented programming. Prerequisite: CIS 211 and CIS 220. CIS 264 MULTIMEDIA DESIGN AND PRODUCTION Using computer-based tools to design and produce multimedia information bases and presentations, this course includes graphics, audio, video, animation and multimedia authoring. Prerequisite: CIS 101 (or equivalent), or consent.

5 140 Clarke College CIS 327 DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATIONS An introduction to voice communication, data communication and networking. Covers technical aspects of communications, the public telephone system, individual pieces of equipment and software, transmission protocols, and networks with emphasis on local area networks, wireless communications, and security issues. Enables the understanding of individual pieces of hardware, software and circuits and how to configure them into the many networks seen worldwide. Prerequisite: CIS 220. CIS 330 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION An introduction to computer architecture, including machine-level programming, instruction sets, data representations, subroutines, the assembly process, linking and loading, runtime representation of programs and data, and relation to high-level languages. Prerequisite: CIS 231. CIS 336 DATABASE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION Basic concepts of database design using data dictionaries, entity relationship modeling and normalization. Hierarchical, network, and relational database implementations; security, backup and recovery in a database environment; distributed databases. The course includes a programming project. Prerequisite: CIS 220. CIS 350 WEB PROGRAMMING An introduction to Web programming languages. Tools and languages will vary with developments in the field. Prerequisite: CIS 211. CIS 395 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 1-12 hours A course which allows a student to spend one semester or summer in business or industry as an information systems trainee. Also includes a summer trainee program or a short professional course. Prerequisite: Acceptance in the department and completion of required CIS courses through CIS 230. CIS 441 SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT Design and implementation of a large programming project. The team project consists of event-driven, Windows programming with database access and Web interfaces. Prerequisite: CIS 336. CIS 445 OPERATING SYSTEMS Organization and structure of operating systems; memory management, device management, process management, storage management; theoretical and applied examples of various operating systems. Prerequisite: CIS 211 and CIS 220. CIS 480 ADVANCED TOPICS IN COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 1- Current and advanced information systems topics. Prerequisite: Junior standing and CIS 499.

6 Clarke College 141 CIS 499 SENIOR CAPSTONE 2 hours This Capstone course provides a focal point for and closure to a liberal arts education within the context of the major discipline. As a departmental offering, this course focuses on emerging discipline-specific topics and expands to include breadth of knowledge and synthesis. Interdisciplinary integration of knowledge, research and emerging computing issues are emphasized. General education and major outcomes are integral to course assessment. Prerequisites: Ordinarily, a student must have senior standing with a minimum of 42 credit hours in general education completed and CIS 441.

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