Management Information Systems A.A.S.

Degree Name: Management Information Systems A.A.S.
Degree or Program: Computer Science
Degree Type: Associate of Applied Science Degree
Description:
The information technology (IT) industry is experiencing considerable expansion and with it comes a demand for skilled talent. Implementing new technology initiatives remains a top priority for companies across all industries. The rapid pace of advancement in computer hardware, software and electronic commerce is making it imperative that managers allocate financial and personnel resources for regular systems upgrades. MIS is one of the leading degrees in the world of IT and business.
General Education Requirements must include: 25
COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CREDIT HOURS
Mathematics MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra 4
Communication

ENG 101
ENG 102 or
ENG 115 or 
ENG 125
SPE 101

English Composition I
English Composition II or
Technical Writing or 
Business Writing
Oral Communications

3
3

3

Social Science

HIS 101 or
HIS 102 or
HIS 115 or
HIS 270 or
POL 101 or
POL 102

US History to 1877 or
US History Since 1877 or
US History Since 1945 or
History of Missouri or
American Government or
State & Local Government

3

Natural Science

Any BIO, CHM, PHY

3
Humanities CPT/BUS 105 Computer Ethics/Business Ethics 3
Elective CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS MUST INCLUDE: 37
CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications 3
CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
CPT 121 Basics of Data Communications 3
CPT 165 Programming Logic 3
CPT 200 Systems Analysis & Design 3
CPT 201 Intro to Database Management 3
CPT 246 Computer Security 3
BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
ACT 110 Financial Accounting I 4
BUS 201 Introduction to Management 3
BUS 230 Introduction to Marketing 3
ELECTIVE COURSES: Choose any one set of the following pairs of courses 6
CPM 190 -and-
CPT 250
Dynamic Programming Languages -and-
Database Programming (PHP)
3
3
CPT 104 -and-
CPT 160
Intro to Animation and Computer Games -and-
Mobile Aps Development
3
3
CPT 280 -and-
CPT282
Visual Basic (.NET) -and-
Advanced Visual Basic (.NET)
3
3
CPT 182 -and-
CPT 186
Beginning Programming in C++ -and-
Advanced Programming in C++
3
3
CPT 284 -and-
CPT 287
Java Programming -and-
Advanced Java Programming
3
3
CPT 174 -and-
CPT 175
COBOL Programming I -and-
COBOL Programming II
3
3
CPT 135 -and-
CPT 185
Programming in Python -and-
C# Programming
3
3
TOTAL REQUIRED HOURS 65

Courses by Semester

FALL SEMESTER 15
COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
CPT 115 Introduction to Data Processing 3
CPT 106 PC Operating Systems 3
CPT 103 Microcomputer Applications (MS Office) 3
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
SPRING SEMESTER 16
COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
CPT 121 Basics of Data Communications 3
CPT 165 Computer Programming Logic 3
MAT 121 Intermediate Algebra 4
BUS 201 Introduction to Management 3
HIS or POL Social Sciences 3
SUMMER SEMESTER 3
COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
SPE 101 Oral Communications 3
FALL SEMESTER 16
COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
ENG 102, or 115 or 125 English Comp II -or-Technical Writing -or-Business Writing 3
CPT 201 Intro to Database Management 3
Natural Science 3
ACT 110 Financial Accounting I 4
CPT Elective Part I 3
SPRING SEMESTER 15
COURSE NUMBER COURSE NAME CH
CPT 200 Systems Analysis and Design 3
CPT 246 Computer Security 3
BUS 230 Intro to Marketing 3
CPT/BUS 105 Computer Ethics 3
CPT Elective Part II 3

CPT Electives: Choose one (1) of the following pairs:

Part I (Fall) Choose 1 course for 3 hrs Part II (Spring) Choose 1 course for 3 hrs
CPT 182 Beg Programming C++ -and- CPT 186 Adv Programming C++
CPT 280 Visual Basic (.NET) -and- CPT 282 Adv Visual Basic (.NET)
CPM 284 Java Programming -and- CPT 287 Adv Java Programming
CPM 190 Dynamic Progr Languages -and- CPT 250 Database Programming (PHP)
CPT 104 Intro to Anim & Games -and- CPT 160 Mobile Apps Development
CPT 174 COBOL Programming I -and- CPT 175 COBOL Programming II
CPT 135 Programming in Python -and- CPT 185 C# Programming