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COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES


Faculty

From phone apps and video games to InDesign and Spotify, technology and programming is a dominant force in every country, business and stage of life. There is no area it does not touch. The Master’s University offers a quality education developing the individual for each avenue of computer science and IT work. With an average class size of 10 students and invested teachers — who are currently working within their direct field — the students learn the skills needed for today’s rapidly changing technological advancements.

CIS Core Courses

  • CS111 Introduction to Computer Programming & Lab (4)

  • CS122 Web Design & Programming (3)

  • CS211 Data Structures & Lab (4)

  • CS212 Computer Hardware (3)

  • CS301 Computer Application Development (3)

  • CS302 Software Development (3)

  • CS321 Operating Systems (3)

  • CS322 Networking Principles & Architecture (3)

Total core courses (26)

Computer Science Emphasis Courses

  • CIS core courses (26)

  • CS311 Computer Organization & Architecture (3)

  • CS332 Programming Languages & Systems (3)

  • CS402 Computer Algorithms (3)

  • CS492 Computer Science Senior Seminar (3)

  • MA121 Calculus I (4)

  • MA122 Calculus II (4)

  • MA253 Discrete Mathematics (3)

  • Upper division CS electives (6)

Total units required for emphasis (55)\

Information Systems Emphasis Courses

  • CIS core courses (26)

  • ACC210 Accounting Fundamentals I (3)

  • MGT310 Management Theory (3)

  • MIS432 Database Management Systems (3)

  • MIS441 Web Site Administration (3)

  • MIS478 IS Internship (3)

  • MIS492 IS Senior Seminar (3)

  • Upper division IS electives (9)

Total units required for emphasis (53)


Minor in Computer and Information Sciences

The following courses are required for a minor in Computer and Information Sciences:

  • CS111 Introduction to Computer Programming/Lab (4)

  • CS122 Web Design & Programming (3)

  • CS211 Data Structures & Lab (4)

  • CS212 Computer Hardware (3)

  • CS301 Computer Application Development (3)

  • CS302 Software Development (3)

  • CS321 Operating Systems (3)

  • CS322 Networking Principles & Architecture (3)

Total units required for minor (26)

Emphasis

  • Computer Science
  • Information Science

Program Credits

General Education: 40
Bible: 21
Major Core Courses: 26
Emphasis/Electives: 53-55

Sample Course Offerings:

  • Data Structure
  • Networking Principles and Architecture
  • Computer Organization and Architecture
  • Windows Programming
  • Game Programming
  • Computer Algorithms
  • Assembly Language Programming
  • Applications

Career Paths

  • Software Engineer
  • Cyber Security
  • Programming
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Systems Analyst
  • Operations Research Analyst
  • Data Warehousing
  • Web Developer