The primary goal of the Center of Excellence in Computer Information Systems is to prepare graduates who can take the lead in the development and application of information technology tools in business, industry, government and education.
To graduate from the Center of Excellence, students must complete an 18-credit hours minor from the approved list of Center of Excellence courses. The Center of Excellence minor must include 6 credit hours at the 400-level, with some of the 400-level credits earned in a capstone experience course (either from the approved list or from the student's program of study).
Complete graduation requirements for a baccalaureate degree at DSU;
Complete minor requirements above;
Graduate with cumulative university GPA of 3.2 or higher; and
Complete the formal graduation application with the Center of Excellence Director, noting how the program requirements have been met
Approved Center of Excellence Course List
Center of Excellence courses must include a technology component, a theory component and an application component. Faculty who wish to teach center seminars or other special courses not on the approved list must submit a syllabus for the course to the center of Excellence Director.