Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems

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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Semester (16cr)
Semesters Per Degree 8 (128cr)*

Bachelor of Business Administration Degree
Management Information Systems Major

Degree Requirements   128 cr
Computer Information System majors, this major may be selected only in addition to another Business Administration major
  Semester Offered Credits
Business Administration Core   52
ACCT 211 Principles of Accounting II Fall, Spring, Summer 3
BADM 220 Business Statistics I Fall, Spring, Summer 3
BADM 310 Business Finance Fall, Spring, Summer 3
BADM 321 Business Statistics II Fall, Spring 3
BADM 344 Managerial Communications Summer Online 3
BADM 350 Legal Environment of Business Summer 3
BADM 360 Organization & Management Fall, Spring, Summer 3
BADM 370 Marketing Fall, Spring, Summer 3
BADM 405 International Trade and Finance Summer Odd Online 3
BADM 425 Production and Operations Management Fall, Spring, Summer 3
BADM 482 Business Policy and Strategy Summer Online 3
CIS 251 Business Application Programming Fall, Spring, Summer 3
CIS 325 Management Information Systems Fall, Spring, Summer Online 3
ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics Fall, Spring, Summer 3
MATH 121 Survey of Calculus Fall, Spring 4
Choose Three Credits from the Following   3
CSC 206 Adv. Computer Applications Fall, Spring, Summer 1
CSC 207 Adv. Applications: Spreadsheet Fall, Spring 1
CSC 208 Adv. Applications: Database Fall, Spring 1
CSC 209 Adv. Applications: SAS Fall Even Online 1

Management Information Systems Component
CIS 330 COBOL I Fall Online 3
CIS 331 COBOL II Spring Online 3
CIS 484 Database Management Systems Spring Online 3
CIS/CSC (300-400 level) Electives   9
Electives (Internship Encouraged)   14
NOTE: Electives may not be counted twice to meet the requirements of a major. Electives must be chosen so that at least 40 credits at 300-400 level are completed. BADM 378 may be used as a CIS/CSC elective.
General Education Requirements   30
Institutional Requirements   11
NOTE: Majors must take ECON 201 as part of the system-wide general education requirement. BBA majors that test directly into MATH 121 do not need to complete MATH 102, but must take 3 credits of general elective.
Majors must take CIS 130 as part of the institutional graduation requirements

* The serving size is based on a four year degree plan, so your course load may vary depending on your specific educational goals. The values here are current as of the 2009-10 DSU course catalog.

Last Updated: 7/31/12