The associate degree and certificate curriculum in Computer Information Systems is concerned with the development of procedures that are effective and efficient, computer languages suitable for starting these procedures, and systems for executing the procedures.This may include the ability to write programs in Visual BASIC, C++ or Java, experience microcomputer data processing applications such as Excel or Access, and ability to structure data for the computer.Students intending to obtain a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems should consult the major requirements for upper-division standing listed under the Business Administration major at the school of their choice.
Students will know how to write a database program and use database software.
Visual BASIC Programming
Advanced Microsoft Access
Structured Query Language (SQL)
Advanced Visual BASIC