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Web Analyst Program of Study

Every effort is made to ensure this information is current, but please be aware that some content may have changed. There is no substitute for developing a careful course registration plan in consultation with your advisor. The class sequence listed is suggested only. The final decision rests with the student and academic advisor.

2022-23 Academic Year

Freshman - 1st semester
CIS 132 Principles of Computing and Information Systems (3)
CSC 150 Programming Fundamentals I (3)
CSC 165 Intro to Web Development (3)
General Studies

Freshman - 2nd semester
**BUS 142 Survey of Accounting (3)
MAT by advisement
General Studies

Sophomore - 1st semester
CIS 171 Networking I (3)
General Studies

Sophomore - 2nd semester
*BUS 208 Business Communications (3)
CIS 366 Intro to Database (3)
General Studies

Junior - 1st semester
*BUS 260 Management Theory and Practice (3)
CIS 352 Introduction to Enterprise Computing (3)
CIS 360 Computer Information Systems: Analysis and Design (3)
CIS 372 Computer Hardware and Operating Systems (3)
CIS 375 Intro to E-Commerce (3)
General Studies

Junior - 2nd semester
CIS 361 Software Engineering (3)
CSC 465 Advanced Web Development (3)
Electives
General Studies

Senior - 1st semester
CSC 365 Scripting Language (3)
Committee-approved elective (3)
Electives
General Studies

Senior - 2nd semester
CIS 477 Project Management (3)
CIS 480 Seminar in Computer Information Systems (3)
CSC 380 Operating Systems (3)
Electives
General Studies

The CIS/CSC elective courses approved by the Computer Technology and Information Systems Department are:
BUS 408 Business Ethics (3)
CIS 271 Networking II (approved elective, but NOT 300 level) (3)
CIS 371 Networking III (3)
CIS 375 Intro to E-Commerce (3)
CIS 430 Management Information Systems (3)
CIS 466 Advanced Database (3)
CIS 471 Networking IV (3)
CIS 475 Topics in Computer Information Systems (3)
CSC 345 Computer Graphics (3)
CSC 380 Advanced Operating Systems (3)
CSC 450 Server Security and Management (3)

*Courses may be taken either semester during the year indicated.

**Recommended, but other options exist.