A Minor in Computer Information Systems (CIS) can be a valuable addition to any major since nearly all fields of study and organizations today employ computer technology in some way.
The CIS Minor consists of 15 hours of CIS courses - 6 or more of which must be advanced (3000-4999) course work. There is much flexibility to select from the CIS courses to meet your specific areas of interests in programming, computer networking, emerging technology and cybersecurity. To view just a few of the example course clusters for a minor in CIS, please see this document.
For a list of CIS courses and when they are offered, visit the Course Descriptions page. Some courses have prerequisites that may increase your overall course count for a given minor. If you want more information about the Computer Information Systems minor degree plans, contact Dr. James Collins at email@example.com.