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Undergraduate Catalog 2011-2012 ARCHIVED 
Undergraduate Catalog 2011-2012 ARCHIVED [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematics for Information Systems, B.S.

Graduates of the Mathematics for Information Systems program will have backgrounds in mathematics, business and information systems. These students take a variety of mathematical analysis courses including calculus, probability and statistics, and mathematical modeling. In addition, these students take a variety of computer and business related courses including computer programming, operating systems, data base applications, and business.

Students with this degree will enter the job market as business people with quantitative skills. Students will be hired by major businesses that need statistical analysis of both business and mathematical natures.

System-wide General Education Requirement (30 Credits)

Majors must take MATH 123  as part of the System-wide General Education Requirement.

Institutional Graduation Requirement (11 Credits)

Majors must take CIS 130  as part of the Institutional Graduation Requirement.

Mathematics Component (28 Credits)

Students obtaining a degree in Computer Science, Computer Game Design, Physical Science, Biology for Information Systems or Education in Biology, only need to complete the Mathematics Component of the program to obtain a second major in Mathematics for Information Systems.


May be repeated several times provided student does not enroll in the same topics course.

Minor (18-21 Credits)

Students choose from one of the following minors: Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Computer Forensics, Computer and Network Security, Computer Science or Physics.

Electives (20-23 Credits)

One of these credits will have been met upon completion of MATH 123  as part of the system-wide general education requirements.