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BC3 Academic Catalog: 2008-2009 
BC3 Academic Catalog: 2008-2009 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Information Systems, A.S.

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The degree in Computer Information Systems is intended to give the student the opportunity to explore many of the alternatives in the computer field before making a career choice, to provide a unique program in which computer courses can complement and supplement liberal arts studies, or to allow the student to complete the first two years of basic course requirements for most baccalaureate degrees in the computer field. The Computer Information Systems curriculum has set requirements at a minimum in order to give students the chance to choose courses that are required at their prospective transfer institutions.

Minimum - 63 credits

Group I - 9 credits

Group II - 9 credits

The Social Science requirements will be met by taking one course each from at least two different categories in Group II found on the back of the planner. 

Group III - 8-9 credits

A minimum of 4 credits of laboratory science must be selected as part of the Group III requirement.


**Of the following computer courses, only two can be taken as Computer Electives: COMP 101, COMP 115, COMP 210 and COMP 242. Students are strongly encouraged to consult with a transfer counselor from their prospective 4-year institution before choosing computer electives.

General Electives - 9 credits


 * Indicates course has a prerequisite.

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