Undergraduate IST: Electives
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For students registered before 2008, some may still use the old program.
Below is a list of the electives available to students following the BS degree in IS&T. The elective courses must be 3000-level or higher, IS&T related, and approved by an advisor prior to registering for the course. All CIS courses that meet these requirements qualify as electives.
|CIS 2082||Independent Research I|
|CIS 3281*||Cooperative Education Experience in CIS [Link]|
|CIS 3374||Testing and Quality Assurance|
|CIS 3376||Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Design & Implementation|
|CIS 3191||Independent Research II|
|CIS 4083||Directed Reading/Study|
|CIS 4105||IT Process Management|
|CIS 4106||System Process Development|
|CIS 4107||Computer Systems Security & Networking|
|CIS 4108||Emerging Technologies and Tools for Enterprise Management|
|CIS 4308||Development of Multi-tier Client/Server Systems|
|CIS 4330||Seminar in Information Science and Technology|
|CIS 4340||Seminar on Problems and New Developments|
|CIS 4344||Client/Server Scripting Languages for Web Development|
|CIS 4350||Seminar on Topics in Computer Science|
|CIS 4362||Application System Development using Relational Technology|
|CIS 4372||C++ Applications Programming|
|CIS 4376||E-Commerce System Development|
|CIS 4378||Computer and Network Security|
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*Note: A maximum of two courses (eight credits) may be taken from CIS 3281, CIS 4282 and CIS 4382 to fulfill Computer & Information Science electives. A maximum of 4 credit hours of CIS 3381 may be counted towards CS electives.
Students planning to enroll in Co-Op or Independent Study must manually register for this course. Co-op applications should be submitted to Wendy Urban and Independent Study forms should be submitted to Hailey King.