The following documents outline a suggested course schedule.

Below are some of the courses you’ll have an opportunity to take as a student in this program. Note: This list is intended to give you a quick glimpse into the program’s academic offerings, and should not be used as a guide for course selection or academic advising. For official program requirements see catalog for details.

CSCI 105 | Introduction to Computer Science |

Introduction to computer hardware and software. Problem solving methods. Elementary concepts of algorithm development. C++ programming. | |

CSCI 106 | Data Structures |

Linear lists, strings, arrays and orthogonal lists; graphs, trees, binary trees, multi-linked structures, searching and sorting techniques, dynamic storage allocation; applications. | |

CSCI 220 | Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming |

Fundamentals of digital logic and the architecture of modern computer systems, machine level representation of data, memory system organization, structure of machine languages, assembly language programming. | |

CSCI 230 | Programming Languages |

Organization and structure of programming languages. Runtime behavior and requirements of programs. Introduction to programming language specifications and analysis. Study of various alternative languages such as Java, C++ and Python. | |

CSCI 311 | Operating Systems |

Computer operating systems; topics include time sharing, process communication, memory management, storage allocation, interrelationships between the operating system and the architecture of computer systems. | |

CSCI 335 | User Interface Design and Programming |

User interface design, implementation, and evaluation; event-driven programming in GUI applications and web applications; user-centered design methodologies. | |

CSCI 430 | Computer Communications |

Concepts of computer communications, local area networks, seven layers of communication protocols, global networks. | |

CSCI 450 | Software Engineering |

Concepts, principles, techniques, and documents of software engineering. Emphasis on systematic approaches to software engineering and the software life cycle. Team project required. |

CSCI 400 | Theory of Algorithms |

Various types of algorithms, analytic techniques for the determination of algorithmic efficiency, NP-complete problems, complexity hierarchies, and intractable problems. | |

CSCI 440 | Topics in Computer Science |

Topics are selected from the following:
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MATH 105 | Calculus I |

Limits, differentiation and integration of rational and trigonometric functions, with applications. | |

MATH 106 | Calculus II |

Differentiation and integration of logarithmic, exponential and inverse trigonometric functions; various methods of integration; infinite sequences and series; parametric equations, polar coordinates. | |

MATH 112 | Discrete Structures |

Elementary properties of sets, discrete probability and combinatorial analysis, graphs, relations, orderings, functions, simple algebraic structures, binary arithmetic and other bases, methods of proof. | |

MATH 291 | Linear Algebra |

Topics from matrices, determinants, linear transformations and vector spaces. | |

MATH 321 | Numerical Analysis |

Functions of one variable, approximate numerical solutions of non-linear equations and systems of linear equations, interpolation theory, numerical differentiation and integration, numerical solutions of ordinary differential equations. | |

MATH 333 | Operations Research |

Mathematical foundations of model building, optimization, linear programming models, game theoretic models. |

BUSN 202 | Principles of Microeconomics |

An introduction to microeconomic analysis. Topics covered include consumer theory, the conduct of firms under competitive or monopolistic conditions, the causes and consequences of various market outcomes, and the role of government in regulating economic behavior. | |

BUSN 211 | Principles of Accounting I |

Financial accounting concepts and techniques essential for all business majors and those seeking to learn the language of business; analyzing and recording transactions; preparation of financial statements; valuation and allocation procedures. | |

BUSN 212 | Principles of Accounting II |

Financial accounting for corporations; analysis of financial statements; international accounting issues; introduction to managerial accounting; product costing and cost allocation procedures; budgetary control and responsibility accounting; analysis and techniques for planning and managerial decision making. | |

BUSN 220 | Management Information Systems |

Students will study Information systems, their design, implementation and contribution to management planning, decision-making and control. The impact of information systems on the personal and spiritual lives of students as well as their impact on broader society will also be covered. Students will learn relevant business software applications through hands-on lab assignments. | |

BUSN 306 | System Analysis and Design |

Students with information technology skills will learn to analyze and design information systems. Students will practice project management during team-oriented analysis and design of a departmental level system. | |

BUSN 328 | Organizational Behavior |

Understanding the dynamics of human interactions and developing effective problem solving through sound communications; leadership, management or conflict, change and innovation; business ethics and societal relationships. | |

BUSN 370 | Business Finance |

An examination and evaluation of financial decision making in the Corporate environment valuing future cash flows, characterizing risk and return and evaluating options available to firms to finance their operations or fund growth opportunities. Students will learn how to analyze financial data to provide information to management on how to improve the financial performance of their firm. | |

BUSN 405 | MIS Project Management |

Advanced IS majors operating as a high-performance team will engage in and complete the design and implementation of a significant information system. Project management, management of the IS function, and systems integration will be components of the project experience. | |

CSCI 402 | Database Management |

Integrated database systems, logical organization, data description language (DDL), data manipulation language (DML), of hierarchical networks and relational databases, overview of selected database management systems (DBMS). | |

CSCI 440 | Topics in Computer Science |

Topics are selected from the following:
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MATH 103 | Calculus for Management Sciences |

Fundamental principles of differential and integral calculus. Applications chosen mainly from the management sciences. | |

MATH 112 | Discrete Structures |

Elementary properties of sets, discrete probability and combinatorial analysis, graphs, relations, orderings, functions, simple algebraic structures, binary arithmetic and other bases, methods of proof. | |

MATH 210 | Introduction to Probability and Statistics |

Nature of statistical methods, description of sample data, fundamental concepts of probability, probability distributions, sampling, estimation, correlation and regression, application of same. |