Management Information Systems A.S. Degree (07300.AS)
School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
The Associate in Science Degree in Management Information Systems is designed for students pursuing degrees in Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, or Management Information Systems. Students should determine what other lower division requirements are required by the institution to which they intend to transfer.
For an Associate of Science Degree in Management Information Systems, students must meet the graduation requirements and complete the following required courses.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
A. Students will understand the mathematical and scientific concepts that underlie management information systems.
B. Students will apply the cognitive method to analyze, synthesize and evaluate academic and real life problems relating to business and management.
C. Students will assess requirements of an information system.
D. Students will demonstrate an appreciation for lifelong learning.
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Program Core: (31 Units)
ACTG-04A Financial Accounting
ACTG-04B Managerial Accounting
BUS-18A Business Law
CPSC-01 Introduction to Computer Information Systems
CPSC-05A Application Development and Programming
CPSC-06 Programming Concepts and Methodology I
ECON-02 Introduction to Macroeconomics
MATH-10 Elementary Statistics
Plus at least three (3) units from the following courses:
MATH-04A Calculus I (4)
Total: (31 Units)
Completion of MCCD-GE Breadth: (23 units)
Elective (as needed to reach 60 units) Units: (6 Units)
Total Degree Units: (60 Units)
Care should be taken in selecting courses appropriate to meet the student’s professional and intended transfer institution requirements.
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