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Computer Information System

Computer Information Systems links the worlds of business and computer science. It is the study of business organizations and the programming, databases, and networks that support them. Functioning at the intersection of business and technology, it offers an education that neither discipline alone can provide. That education is in great demand because organizations today are dependent upon technology to streamline functions, decrease costs, and communicate with their customers.

This program offers a solid background in the analysis, design, development, deployment, and administration of computer-based information systems within a business management context. Students will complement business skills with strong technical skills in databases, systems analysis and design, business processes, organizational behavior, networking and telecommunications, and project management, along with problem-solving skills.

Subject Classification for Computer and Information Sciences

Subject Class/Call Number
Science (General) Q1-390
General Q1-295
Cybernetics Q300-390
Information theory Q350-390
Probabilities. Mathematical statistics QA273-280
Analysis QA299.6-433
General QA1-43
Electronic computers. Computer science QA75.5-76.95
Computer software QA76.75-76.765
Technology (General) T1-995
Communication of technical information T10.5-11.9
Industrial safety. Industrial accident prevention T55-55.3
Industrial engineering. Management engineering T55.4-60.8
Applied mathematics. Quantitative methods T57-57.97
Operations research. Systems analysis T57.6-57.97
Managerial control systems T58.4
Information technology T58.5-58.64
Management information systems T58.6-58.62
Standardization T59-59.2
Automation T59.5
Human engineering in industry. Man-machine systems T59.7-59.77
Work measurement. Methods engineering T60-60.8
Technical education. Technical schools T61-173
Telecommunication. Including telegraphy, telephone, radio, radar, television TK5101-6720
Computer engineering. Computer hardware TK7885-7895
Industrial relations HD6958.5-6976
Cost and standard of living HD6977-7080
Social insurance. Social security. Pension HD7088-7252
Vocational rehabilitation. Employment of people with disabilities HD7255-7256
Industrial hygiene. Industrial welfare HD7260-7780.8
Labor policy. Labor and the state HD7795-8027
Labor in politics. Political activity of the working class HD8031
Professions (General). Professional employees HD8038
By industry or trade HD8039
Energy industries. Energy policy. Fuel trade HD9502-9502.5
Mineral industries. Metal trade HD9506-9624

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