The MIS program is an AS degree that requires at least 69 credit hours. It is designed to allow students to transfer to a four-year program and additionally qualifies students for positions as programmers and programmer analysts. The program emphasizes business applications programming. The students study several programming languages, various levels of operating systems, various types of computer systems, and the peripheral equipment available in the field.
Students are required to complete the AS degree core requirements. In addition MIS students will complete required course work which includes courses in Accounting, Business, Programming, Computer Applications & Systems, and Mathematics. Students also select optional courses.
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