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									                                                                                       COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION

                                                        Associate Dean: Gordon Stokes                     The Associate in Applied Science Degrees (AAS)
   C OMPUTER
     ACCOUNTING
                                                             Office: CS 720a
                                                             Telephone: 801-863-8995
                                                                                                          provide job-ready skills in Information
                                                                                                          Technology.
   I NFORMATION
   TECHNOLOGY AND                                       Associate Dean: Dennis Fairclough                 Four-year degree offerings include a Bachelor’s
                                                                                                          Degree in Information Technology with one of
   E DUCATION                                                Office: CS 625
                                                             Telephone: 801-863-8116                      four possible areas of specialization: Administra-
                                                                                                          tive Information Management, E-Commerce,
Department Chair: Christopher G. Jones                                                                    Information Technology, and Training Design
                                                   The mission of the Computer Information
     Office:                                       Technology and Education Department is to              and Development.
     Telephone: 801-863-8308                       provide technologically progressive courses and
     E-mail: jonescg@uvsc.edu                                                                             Students interested in teaching can pursue a sec-
                                                   services that are responsive to our stakeholder
                                                                                                          ondary teaching license and a Bachelor of Science
                                                   community and designed to enhance the compe-
     Faculty:                                                                                             degree in Business/Marketing Education
                                                   tencies of our students in applying information
          Professor                                                                                       through a joint program offered by the CITE
                                                   technology to meet business and education
                Christopher G. Jones                                                                      Department and the School of Education. Sec-
                                                   needs, thus preparing them for successful
                Cynthia Krebs                                                                             ondary education teaching minors are also avail-
                                                   employment and continuing education.
                Pat Ormond                                                                                able in business information technology, basic
                Kathleen Richards                  The information systems curriculum is compe-           business, and marketing.
          Associate Professor                      tency based and reflects the IS 2002 Model Cur-
                                                                                                          A minor in Business Information Technology is
                Kim Bartholomew                    riculum for undergraduate programs developed
                                                                                                          available for students with any major outside the
                David W. Johnson                   by IS professionals and educators. The adminis-
                                                                                                          CITE Department who desire to have a stronger
                Keith Mulbery                      trative curriculum provides training for students
                                                                                                          background in computer applications and project
                Floyd Wilkes                       to be employed in such areas as administrative
                                                                                                          management.
          Assistant Professor                      information managers, office managers, executive
                Jan Bentley                        assistants, project managers, and other adminis-
                Diane Hartman                      trative support positions in business, industry,       ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
                                                   and government. The business/marketing edu-            CERTIFICATE                                      31 CREDITS
                                                   cation curriculum prepares students to teach           Discipline Core Requirements:                       29 Credits
    Business/Marketing Education Program                                                                    • ISYS     105A Basic Computer Concepts/Operat-           0.5
    Director: Kathleen Richards                    information technology, business, marketing, and                            ing System
         Office:                                   multimedia courses in the secondary schools.             • ISYS     105B Basic Internet/E-mail Applications        0.5
                                                                                                            • ISYS     105E Basic Presentation Applications           0.5
         Telephone: 801-863-8719                                                                            • ISYS     224R Digital Communication Tools                 1
         E-mail: richarka@uvsc.edu                 Our local advisory committees provide regular            • ISYS     2300 Records and Information Manage-             3
                                                   guidance in tailoring the curriculum to local                               ment
                                                   needs.                                                   • ISYS     2350 Intermediate Word Processing                3
     Advisor: Bonnie Cook                                                                                   • ISYS     2360 Business Spreadsheet Applications           3
                                                                                                            • ISYS     2370 Business Database Applications              3
          Office:                                  Our courses are taught by dedicated faculty with         • ISYS     1080 10-key Data Entry                         0.5
          Telephone: 801-863-8403                  real-world experience in the use of computers,           • ACC      1150 Fundamentals of Business Math               3
                                                                                                            • ACC      1750 Applied Accounting (Spring                  4
          E-mail: cookbo@uvsc.edu                  networks, databases, applications, and other                                Semester)
                                                   information technologies. The faculty help stu-          • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                         3
                                                                                                            • MGMT 2200 Written Business Communication                  3
Information Systems Advisory Committee:            dents to be competent in using state-of-the-art          • MGMT 2250 Job Application and Advancement                 1
President: Keith Stearman, SureSoft; Raymond       technology, to be critical thinkers, to practice                            Skills*
                                                   excellent communication skills, to develop team-        or MGMT 3890 Career Preparation*                             2
Babbitt, Consultant; Mark Crowther, Software
                                                                                                          Elective Requirements:                               2 Credits
Engineer, Office of Information Technology,        work and interpersonal skills, and to be life-long     Complete two credits from the following:
Brigham Young University; Nathan Gerber, Web       learners.                                                • MGMT 1010 Introduction to Business                        3
                                                                                                            • MGMT 1060 Personal Finance                                3
Development Services Director, Utah Valley                                                                  • MGMT 2100 Personality Instruments for Business            3
State College; Cliff Higby, The Church of Jesus    PROG RAMS                                                • MGMT 2390 Effective Business Presentations                3
Christ of Latter-day Saints; Darrel Martin, IHC;                                                            • ISYS     183R IAAP Student Chapter                        1
                                                   Information technology is at the heart of today’s        • ISYS     184R IAAP Leadership                             1
Mitch Stowell, InfoTrax Systems; Keith Stear-                                                             Graduation Requirements:
man, SureSoft, Jeff Wilkes, Microsoft.             business functions; therefore, it is imperative that    1 A minimum grade of “C-” must be attained in all ISYS and
                                                   IT professionals have a sound understanding of             business courses.
                                                   business principles and practices. Companies are        2 A minimum keyboarding skill of 40 net words per minute is
Administrative Information Management                                                                         required for graduation.
Advisory Committee: Joyce Bell CPS, Office         constantly looking to hire technology-savvy col-        3 Students are responsible for completing all prerequisite
Manager, Western Engineering, (IAAP); Janeen       lege graduates who will help them be leaders in            courses.
                                                                                                          Notes:
Jones, Administrative Assistant, Provo City Com-   this new century. The Computer Information             *Take near end of program.
munity Development, (IAAP); Carolyn Kuehne,        Technology and Education Department has the
former Training Instructor, Franklin Covey;        resources to teach students how to be competi-         AAS IN ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
Annette Skewes, Office Manager, Horrocks           tive in today’s business world by offering special-    SUPPORT                      63 CREDITS
Engineering, (IAAP); Toni Sullivan, Owner, A       izations in the Information Technology                 General Education Requirements:                   16 Credits
Plus Home Care; Mindy Bennett, Administrative      bachelor’s degree.                                      • MGMT 2200 Written Business Communication                3
                                                                                                           • ACC       1150 Fundamentals of Business Math            3
Office Manager, Utah Valley State College.                                                                or MAT 1010 Intermediate Algebra                           3
                                                   Students in the CITE Department may receive a          or MATH 1050 College Algebra                               4
                                                   Certificate, a two-year AAS degree, an AS degree,       • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                       3
School of Computer Sciences and                                                                            • MGMT 2300 Macroeconomics
                                                   or a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technol-
                                                                                                          or MGMT 3000 Organizational Behavior                       3
Engineering                                        ogy or Business/Marketing Education.                    • Any approved Biology or Physical Science Distribu-      3
     Dean: Thomas McFarland                                                                                      tion Course
                                                                                                           • Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety or      1
         Office: CS 720c                                                                                         Environment Course
         Telephone: 801-863-8995                                                                          Discipline Core Requirements:                     32 Credits



                                                                                                 SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING — 159
COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION

AAS IN ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION                                     AAS IN                                                             AS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WITH AN
SUPPORT (CON’T)              63 CREDITS                               INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                            65 CREDITS       EMPHASIS IN ADMINISTRATIVE
 • ISYS       224R Digital Communication Tools                    1   Choose a minimum of 15 credits from the following:                 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (CON’T)     61
 • ISYS       2300 Records and Information Manage-                3    • ISYS      2450 Web Content Development                   3       or PES        1300 Fitness for Life                            2
                      ment                                             • ISYS      3370 Business Graphics Applications            3      Distribution Courses
  • ISYS      2350 Intermediate Word Processing                   3    • ISYS      3410 Database Systems                          3        • MGMT 2300 Macroeconomics (fulfulls Social/                  3
  • ISYS      2360 Business Spreadsheet Applications              3    • ISYS      3420 Internet Application Development I        3                            Behavioral Science)
  • ISYS      2370 Business Database Applications                 3    • ISYS      3460 Web Server Administration                 3        • Biology                                                     3
  • ISYS      2380 Integrated Software Projects*                  3    • MCT 1100 Multimedia Essentials                           4        • Physical Science                                            3
  • ISYS      2450 Web Content Development                        3   Graduation Requirements:                                             • Additional Biology or Physical Science                      3
  • ISYS      3270 Business Presentation Applications             3    1 Completion of a minimum of 65 or more semester credits.           • Humanities Distribution                                     3
  • ISYS      3350 Business Desktop Publishing Appli-             3    2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above with no           • Fine Arts Distribution                                      3
                      cations                                             grade below a “C-” in ISYS and School of Business courses.     Discipline Core Requirements:                         19 Credits
  • ACC       2010 Financial Accounting                           3    3 Residency hours: Minimum of 20 credit hours through               • ISYS       2350 Intermediate Word Processing                3
 or ACC       1750 Applied Accounting (Spring only)               4       course attendance at UVSC.                                       • ISYS       2360 Business Spreadsheet Applications           3
  • MGMT 2250 Job Application & Advancement                       1    4 Completion of GE and specified departmental require-              • ISYS       2370 Business Database Applications              3
                      Skills*                                             ments.                                                           • ISYS       3270 Business Presentation Applications          3
 or MGMT 3890 Career Preparation*                                 2   Note:                                                                • ACC        2010 Financial Accounting                        3
  • MGMT 2390 Effective Business Presentations                    3   *Take MGMT 2250 or MGMT 3890 near end of program.                   or ACC        3000 Financial, Managerial, and Cost             4
Elective Requirements:                                  15 Credits
                                                                                                                                                               Accounting Concepts
Choose a minimum of 15 credits from the following:                    AS IN                                                                • MGMT 2200 Written Business Communication                    3
  • ISYS      105A Basic Computer Concepts/                      .5                                                                        • MGMT 2250 Job Application & Advancement                     1
                      Operating System                                INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                            62 CREDITS
                                                                                                                                                               Skills*
and ISYS      105B Basic Internet/E-mail Applications            .5   General Education Requirements:                     36 Credits      or MGMT 3890 Career Preparation**                              2
  • ISYS      3360 Using Visual Basic for Applications            3     • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                         3    Elective Requirements:                                 6 Credits
 or ISYS      1200 Visual Programming for Business                4     • ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing: Humanities/
                                                                                                                                         Complete 6 credits from the following:**
  • ISYS      1120 Introduction to Information                    3                        Social Science
                                                                                                                                           • ISYS       105A Basic Computer Concepts/Operat-           0.5
                      Systems                                          or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing: Science/Tech-             3
                                                                                                                                                               ing System
  • ISYS      183R IAAP Student Chapter                           1                        nology
                                                                                                                                           • ISYS       105B Basic Internet/E-mail Applications        0.5
  • ISYS      184R IAAP Leadership                                1     • MATH 1050 College Algebra                                 4
                                                                                                                                           • ISYS       1120 Introduction to Information Sys-            3
  • ISYS      281R Cooperative Work Experience                 2-3    Complete one of the following:                                3
                                                                                                                                                               tems
  • ISYS      1080 10-key Data Entry                              1     • HIST 1700 American Civilization
                                                                                                                                           • ISYS       183R IAAP Student Chapter                        1
  • LEGL 3000 Business Law                                        3     • ECON 1740 US Economic History
                                                                                                                                           • ISYS       184R IAAP Leadership                             1
  • MGMT 1060 Personal Finance                                    3     • PLSC 1000 American Heritage
                                                                                                                                           • ISYS       224R Digital Communication Tools**               1
  • MGMT 3000 Organizational Behavior (if not                     3     • PLSC 1100 American National Government
                                                                                                                                           • ISYS       2300 Records and Information Manage-             3
                      counted as Social Science credit)               Complete the following:
                                                                                                                                                               ment**
  • MGMT 3430 Human Resource Management                           3     • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                               3
                                                                                                                                           • ISYS       2450 Web Content Development**                   3
  • MGMT 295R Executive Lecture Series                           .5     • HLTH 1100 Personal Health & Wellness
                                                                                                                                           • ISYS       3350 Business Desktop Publishing                 3
 or MGMT 495R Executive Lecture Series                            1    or PES       1300 Fitness for Life                           2
                                                                                                                                                               Applications**
 or MGMT 493R Entrepreneurship Lecture Series                     1   Distribution Courses
                                                                                                                                           • ISYS       3370 Business Graphics Applications**            3
  • Any other pre-approved electives; see advisor for details          • MGMT 2300 Macroeconomics (fulfills Social/                 3
                                                                                                                                           • MGMT 295R Executive Lecture Series                        0.5
Graduation Requirements:                                                                   Behavioral Science)
                                                                                                                                          or MGMT 495R Executive Lecture Series                          1
 1 Overall grade point average of 2.0 or above with a minimum          • Biology                                                    3
                                                                                                                                          or MGMT 493R Entrepreneurship Lecture Series
    2.5 GPA in all ISYS and School of Business courses with no         • Physical Science                                           3
                                                                                                                                           • MGMT 2390 Effective Business Presentations**                3
    grade lower than a C- in ISYS and business courses.                • Additional Biology or Physical Science                     3
                                                                       • Humanities Distribution                                    3    Graduation Requirements:
 2 A minimum keyboarding skill of 40 net words per minute is
                                                                       • Fine Arts Distribution                                     3      1 Completion of a minimum of 61 or more semester credits.
    required for graduation.
                                                                      Specialty Core Requirements:                        18 Credits       2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 or above with a minimum
 3 Residency hours: Minimum of 20 credit hours through
                                                                                                                                              2.5 GPA in all ISYS and School of Business courses with no
    course attendance at UVSC.                                          • ISYS      1120 Introduction to Information Sys-           3
                                                                                                                                              grade lower than a C- in ISYS and business courses.
 4 Completion of GE and specified departmental require-                                    tems
                                                                                                                                           3 Residency hours--minimum of 20 credit hours through
    ments. Students are responsible for completing all prerequi-        • ISYS      2050 Database Fundamentals                      3
                                                                                                                                              attendance at UVSC.
    site courses.                                                       • ISYS      2450 Web Content Development                    3
                                                                                                                                           4 Completion of GE and specified departmental require-
Notes:                                                                  • MGMT 2200 Written Business Communication                  3
                                                                                                                                              ments. Students are responsible for completing all prerequi-
*Take near end of program                                               • MGMT 2310 Microeconomics                                  3
                                                                                                                                              site courses.
**Potential 4-year students need to take ACC 2010 (or 3000),            • CNS       2030 Introduction to Data Communica-            3
                                                                                                                                           5 Minimum typing speed of 40 words per minute.
MATH 1050, MGMT 2300, AND MGMT 3890.                                                       tions
                                                                                                                                         Notes:
                                                                      Elective Requirements:                                8 Credits
                                                                                                                                         *Take near end of program
                                                                        • Choose 8 credit hours of electives from: ISYS, ACC,       8    **Potential 4-year students need to take MGMT 3890 and the six
AAS IN                                                                    BUS, LEGL, MGMT, or CNS prefixes (See advisor                  elective credits from the following: MGMT 2390, ISYS 224R,
                                                                          for assistance with choices)
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                              65 CREDITS
                                                                      Graduation Requirements:
                                                                                                                                         ISYS 2300, ISYS 3350, ISYS 3370, or ISYS 2450.
General Education Requirements:                    17 Credits          1 Completion of a minimum of 62 or more semester credits.
  • MGMT 2200 Written Business Communication                3          2 Overall grade point average of 2.0 (C) or above with no
  • MATH 1050 College Algebra                               4             grade below a “C-” in ISYS and School of Business Courses
                                                                                                                                         BS IN BUSINESS/
 or Any higher Mathematics Course                                      3 Residency hours: Minimum of 20 credit hours through             MARKETING EDUCATION                              124 CREDITS
  • Any approved Humanities, Fine Arts, or Foreign          3             course attendance at UVSC.                                     Matriculation Requirements:
       Language Distribution Course                                    4 Completion of GE and specified departmental require-             1 Minimum ACT scores.
  • MGMT 2300 Macroeconomics (fulfills Social/              3             ments. Students are responsible for completing all prerequi-    2 GPA of 2.75 or higher.
                    Behavioral Science)                                   site courses.                                                   3 A CAAP written exam.
  • Any approved Biology or Physical Science Distribu-      3
                                                                                                                                          4 An interview directed by the Secondary Teacher Education
       tion Course
                                                                                                                                             Selection and Retention Committee.
  • Any approved Physical Education, Health, Safety or      1
       Environment Course                                             AS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WITH AN                               General Education Requirements:                   36 Credits
Discipline Core Requirements:                      33 Credits         EMPHASIS IN ADMINISTRATIVE                                          • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                       3
                                                                                                                                          • ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing: Humanities/             3
  • ISYS     1120 Introduction to Information Sys-          3         INFORMATION MANAGEMENT      61 CREDITS                                                 Social Science
                    tems
                                                                      General Education Requirements:              36 Credits            or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing: Science/Tech-           3
  • ISYS     1200 Visual Programming for Business           4
                                                                        • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                 3                                nology
  • ISYS     1420 Systems Architecture                      3
                                                                        • ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing: Humanities/                     • MATH 1050 College Algebra                               4
  • ISYS     2050 Database Fundamentals                     3
                                                                                          Social Science
  • ISYS     2200 Advanced Visual Programming for           3
                                                                       or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing: Science/          3            Complete one of the following:                                 3
                    Business
                                                                                          Technology                                       • HIST 1700 American Civilization
  • ISYS     2490 Computer Help Desk Consulting             3
                                                                       • MATH 1050 College Algebra                          4              • HIST 2700 US History to 1877
  • CNS      2030 Introduction to Data Communica-           3
                                                                      Complete one of the following:                        3            and HIST 2710 US History since 1877
                    tion
                                                                       • HIST 2700 US History to 1877                                      • ECON 1740 US Economic History
  • CNS      2630 Network Management                        3
                                                                      and HIST 2710 US History since 1877                                  • PLSC 1000 American Heritage
  • ISYS     281R Cooperative Work Experience               3
                                                                       • HIST 1700 American Civilization                                   • PLSC 1100 American National Government
  • ACC      3000 Financial, Managerial & Cost              4
                                                                       • ECON 1740 US Economic History                                   Complete the following:
                    Accounting Concepts
                                                                       • PLSC 1000 American Heritage                                       • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                                3
  • MGMT 2250 Job Application and Advancement               1
                                                                       • PLSC 1100 American National Government                            • HLTH 1100 Personal Health & Wellness
                    Skills*
                                                                      Complete the following:                                             or PES       1300 Fitness for Life                            2
 or MGMT 3890 Career Preparation*                           2
                                                                       • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                        3            Distribution Courses
Elective Requirements:                             15 Credits
                                                                       • HLTH 1100 Personal Health & Wellness


160 — SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING
                                                                                                                   COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION

BS IN BUSINESS/                                                      MINOR IN BUSINESS EDUCATION                                           MINOR IN BUSINESS EDUCATION WITH AN
MARKETING EDUCATION (CON’T) 124 CREDITS                              WITH AN EMPHASIS IN                                                   EMPHASIS IN MARKETING (CON’T) 21 CREDITS
  • MGMT 2300 Macroeconomics (fulfills Social/                   3   BASIC BUSINESS (CON’T)      18 CREDITS                                  • BUS        4250 Methods of Teaching Business &               3
                       Behavioral Science)                             5 Must be accepted into a Secondary Education major pro-                                  Marketing*
  • Biology                                                      3        gram.                                                              • MGMT 117R Delta Epsilon Chi                                  1
  • Physical Science                                             3                                                                           • MGMT 1650 Fundamental Selling Techniques                     3
                                                                     Discipline Core Requirements:                           18 Credits
  • Additional Biology or Physical Science                       3                                                                           • MGMT 3600 Principles of Marketing                            3
                                                                       • BUS        3700 Principles of Business/Marketing              3
  • Humanities Distribution                                      3                                                                           • MGMT 3660 Internet Marketing                                 3
                                                                                            Education*
  • Fine Arts Distribution                                       3                                                                         Elective Requirements:                                   6 Credits
                                                                       • BUS        4250 Methods of Teaching Business &                3
Discipline Core Requirements:                           82 Credits                                                                         Choose 6 credits from the following courses:
                                                                                            Marketing*
  • EDSC 2540 Development of the Adolescent Stu-                 2     • MGMT 181R Phi Beta Lambda                                     1     • MGMT 3170 Entrepreneurship                                   3
                       dent                                            • Advisor Approved Endorsement Courses (see Advi-              12     • MGMT 3220 Retail Management                                  3
  • EDSC 3000 Educational Psychology                             3        sor for course lists).                                             • MGMT 3350 International Marketing                            3
  • EDSC 3050 Foundations of American Education                  2                                                                           • MGMT 3670 Promotional Management                             3
                                                                     Graduation Requirements:
  • EDSP 3400 Exceptional Students*                              2                                                                           • HM         1010 Introduction to Hospitality Industry         3
                                                                       1 Overall grade point average 2.75 or above with a minimum
  • EDSC 4200 Classroom Management I*                            1                                                                           • HM         3710 Marketing of Hospitality Services            3
                                                                          of 2.5 GPA in all ISYS, BUS, and School of Business
  • EDSC 4250 Classroom Management II                            1                                                                         For Economics Endorsement:
                                                                          courses. No grade lower than a B- in Education courses
  • EDSC 4440 Reading and Writing in the Content                 3                                                                           • MGMT 2300 Macroeconomics                                     3
                                                                          and a C- in business discipline and specialty core courses.
                       Area                                                                                                                and MGMT 2310 Microeconomics                                     3
                                                                       2 Students are responsible for completing all prerequisite
  • EDSC 4450 Multicultural Instruction and ESL*                 2                                                                         Graduation Requirements:
                                                                          courses.
  • EDSC 4550 Sec. Curriculum, Instruction and                   4                                                                           1 Overall grade point average 2.75 or above with a minimum
                                                                     Notes:
                       Assessment*                                                                                                              of 2.5 GPA in all ISYS, BUS, and School of Business
                                                                     Fifty percent of the credits for the minor must be upper-division
  • EDSC 4850 Student Teaching-Secondary †*                      8                                                                              courses. No grade lower than a B- in Education courses
                                                                     courses.
  • BUS        3700 Principles of Business/Marketing             2                                                                              and a C- in business discipline and specialty core courses.
                                                                     Students must pass a criminal background check at the begin-
                       Education*                                                                                                            2 Students are responsible for completing all prerequisite
                                                                     ning of the junior year.
  • BUS        4200 Methods of Teaching Keyboarding              3                                                                              courses.
                                                                     Students will teach at least one business course during the stu-
                       and Computer Applications*                                                                                          Notes:
                                                                     dent teaching experience.
  • BUS        4250 Methods of Teaching Business and             3                                                                         Fifty percent of the credits for the minor must be upper-division
                                                                     Participation in Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) or Delta Epsilon Chi
                       Marketing*                                                                                                          courses.
                                                                     (DEX) is required for one semester; additional participation is
  • BUS        4900 Business/Marketing Student Teach-            1                                                                         Students must pass a criminal background check at the begin-
                                                                     recommended.
                       ing Seminar                                                                                                         ning of the junior year.
                                                                     *Courses requiring field experience.
  • ISYS       105A Basic Computer Concepts/Operat-            0.5                                                                         Students will teach at least one business course during the stu-
                       ing System                                                                                                          dent teaching experience.
and ISYS       105B Basic Internet/E-mail Applications         0.5                                                                         Participation in Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) or Delta Epsilon Chi
 or ISYS       1060 Introduction to Computer Concepts            1   MINOR IN BUSINESS EDUCATION                                           (DEX) is required for one semester; additional participation is
  • ISYS       3360 Using Visual Basic for Applications          3   WITH AN EMPHASIS IN BUSINESS                                          recommended.
  • ISYS       224R Digital Communication Tools                  1                                                                         *Courses requiring field experience.
  • ISYS       2360 Business Spreadsheet Applications            3   INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY       24 CREDITS
  • ISYS       2370 Business Database Applications               3   Matriculation Requirements:
  • ISYS       2450 Web Content Development                      3     1 Minimum ACT scores.                                               BS IN
  • ISYS       3270 Business Presentation Applications           3     2 GPA of 2.75 or higher.                                            INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 120-123 CREDITS
  • ISYS       3350 Business Desktop Publishing Appli-           3     3 A CAAP written exam.
                                                                       4 An interview directed by the Secondary Teacher Education          Matriculation Requirements:
                       cations
                                                                          Selection and Retention Committee.                                1 Complete the following courses: ACC 2010 and 2020 (or
  • ACC        2010 Financial Accounting                         3
                                                                       5 Must be accepted into a Secondary Education major pro-                ACC 3000), MGMT 2200, MGMT 2300, MGMT 2310, and
  • ACC        2020 Managerial Accounting                        3
                                                                          gram.                                                                MGMT 2340 with no grade below "C-"; business computer
  • LEGL 3000 Business Law                                       3
                                                                     Discipline Core Requirements:                           24 Credits        proficiency requirement
  • MGMT 181R Phi Beta Lambda                                    1
                                                                                                                                            2 Overall GPA at least 2.5.
 or MGMT 117R Delta Epsilon Chi                                        • BUS        3700 Principles of Business/Marketing             2
                                                                                                                                            3 Make formal application through the Computer Informa-
  • MGMT 2200 Written Business Communication                     3                         Education*
                                                                                                                                               tion Technology and Education Department advisor.
  • MGMT 2310 Microeconomics                                     3     • BUS        4200 Methods of Teaching Keyboarding              3
  • MGMT 2390 Effective Business Presentations                   3                         and Computer Applications*                      General Education Requirements:                    36 Credits
  • MGMT 3010 Principles of Management                           3     • ISYS       224R Digital Communication Tools                  1      • ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing                       3
  • CNS        2610 Network Administration                       3     • ISYS       2350 Intermediate Word Processing                 3      • ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing: Humanities/
Elective Requirements:                                   6 Credits     • ISYS       2360 Business Spreadsheet Applications            3                         Social Science
                                                                       • ISYS       2370 Business Database Applications               3     or ENGL 2020 Intermediate Writing: Science/                3
Complete at least 6 credits from the following:
                                                                       • ISYS       3270 Business Presentation Applications           3                         Technology
  • MGMT 1060 Personal Finance
                                                                       • ISYS       3350 Business Desktop Publishing Appli-           3      • MATH 1050 College Algebra                               4
  • MGMT 3600 Principles of Marketing
                                                                                           cations                                          or An Advanced Placement (AP) Mathematics Test with a
  • MGMT 3660 Internet Marketing
                                                                       • ISYS       2450 Web Content Development                      3        score of 3 or higher
Graduation Requirements:
                                                                     Graduation Requirements:                                              Complete one of the following:                              3
  1 Completion of the 124 semester credit hours required in the                                                                              • HIST 1700 American Civilization
     degree with at least 40 credit hours in upper-division            1 Overall grade point average 2.75 or above with a minimum
                                                                                                                                             • HIST 2700 US History to 1877
     courses.                                                             of 2.5 GPA in all ISYS, BUS, and School of Business
                                                                                                                                           and HIST 2710 US History since 1877
  2 Overall grade point average 2.75 or above with a minimum              courses. No grade lower than a B- in Education courses
                                                                                                                                             • ECON 1740 US Economic History
     of 2.5 GPA in all ISYS, BUS, and School of Business                  and a C- in business discipline and specialty core courses.
                                                                                                                                             • PLSC 1000 American Heritage
     courses. No grade lower than a "B-" in Education courses          2 Students are responsible for completing all prerequisite
                                                                                                                                             • PLSC 1100 American National Government
     and a "C-" in business specialty core and elective courses.          courses.
                                                                                                                                           Complete the following:
  3 Residency hours: Minimum of 30 credit hours through              Notes:
                                                                                                                                             • PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values                             3
     course attendance at UVSC, with at least 10 hours earned in     Fifty percent of the credits for the minor must be upper-division
                                                                                                                                             • HLTH 1100 Personal Health & Wellness
     the last 45 hours.                                              courses.
                                                                                                                                            or PES       1300 Fitness for Life                         2
  4 Completion of GE and specified departmental require-             Students must pass a criminal background check at the begin-
                                                                                                                                           Distribution Courses
     ments. Students are responsible for completing all prerequi-    ning of the junior year.
                                                                                                                                            • MGMT 2300 Macroeconomics (fulfills Social/               3
     site courses.                                                   Students will teach at least one business course during the stu-
                                                                                                                                                                Behavioral Science)
Notes:                                                               dent teaching experience.
                                                                                                                                            • Biology                                                  3
Students must pass a criminal background check at the begin-         Participation in Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) or Delta Epsilon Chi
                                                                                                                                            • Physical Science                                         3
ning of the junior year.                                             (DEX) is required for one semester; additional participation is
                                                                                                                                            • Additional Biology or Physical Science                   3
†Students should teach at least one marketing course, one busi-      recommended.
                                                                                                                                            • Humanities Distribution                                  3
ness computer course, and one non-computer business course           *Courses requiring field experience.
                                                                                                                                            • Fine Arts Distribution                                   3
during the student teaching experience.
                                                                                                                                           Discipline Core Requirements:                      31 Credits
* Courses requiring field experience.                                MINOR IN BUSINESS EDUCATION WITH AN
                                                                                                                                           Business Foundation Courses:
Participation in PBL or DEX is required for one semester;            EMPHASIS IN MARKETING        21 CREDITS                                 • ACC       2010 Financial Accounting                     3
additional participation is highly recommended.
                                                                     Matriculation Requirements:                                           and ACC       2020 Managerial Accounting                    3
                                                                      1 Minimum ACT scores.                                                 or ACC       3000 Financial, Managerial, and Cost          4
MINOR IN BUSINESS EDUCATION                                           2 GPA of 2.75 or higher.                                                                  Accounting Concepts
                                                                      3 A CAAP written exam.                                                 • Business Computer Proficiency Exam**
WITH AN EMPHASIS IN
                                                                      4 An interview directed by the Secondary Teacher Education             • MGMT 2200 Written Business Communication                3
BASIC BUSINESS              18 CREDITS                                   Selection and Retention Committee.                                  • MGMT 2310 Microeconomics                                3
Matriculation Requirements:                                           5 Must be accepted into a Secondary Education major pro-               • MGMT 2340 Business Statistical Applications             3
 1 Minimum ACT scores.                                                   gram.                                                             Business Core Courses:
 2 GPA of 2.75 or higher.                                            Discipline Core Requirements:                     15 Credits            • LEGL 3000 Business Law                                  3
 3 A CAAP written exam.                                               • BUS        3700 Principles of Business/Marketing        2            • MGMT 3010 Principles of Management                      3
 4 An interview directed by the Secondary Teacher Education                              Education*                                         or MGMT 3000 Organizational Behavior
    Selection and Retention Committee.                                                                                                       • MGMT 3100 Principles of Finance*                        3


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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION

BS IN                                                                BS IN                                                              MINOR IN BUSINESS INFORMATION
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 120-123 CREDITS                               INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 120-123 CREDITS                             TECHNOLOGY (CON’T)           24 CREDITS
  • MGMT 3450 Operations Management*                             3    • ISYS      3430 System Analysis and Design I                3     1 Completion of at least 120 semester credits required in the
  • MGMT 3600 Principles of Marketing                            3    • ISYS      3460 Web Server Administration                   3       BS degree; at least 40 credit hours must be upper-division
  • MGMT 3890 Career Preparation                                 2    • ISYS      4050 Strategic Use of Information Tech-          3       courses.
  • MGMT 495R Executive Lecture Series or                        1                       nology                                          2 Overall grade point average of 2.5 GPA in all ISYS and
 or MGMT 493R Entrepreneurship Lecture Series                         • ISYS      4420 Internet Application Development            3       School of Business courses and no grade lower than a C- in
Specialty Core Requirements:                       53-56 Credits                         II                                                ISYS and business courses.
Complete one of the following emphases (see below):                   • ISYS      4430 System Analysis Design II*                  3     3 Residency hours: Minimum of 30 credit hours through
  • Administrative Information Management                       54    • ISYS      459R Advanced Current Topics in Infor-           3       course attendance at UVSC, with at least 10 hours earned in
 or E-Commerce                                                  56                       mation Systems                                    the last 45 hours.
 or Information Technology                                      56    • CNS       2030 Intro to Data Communication                 3     4 Completion of GE and specified departmental require-
 or Training Design and Development                             53    • MGMT 3660 Internet Marketing                               3       ments. Students are responsible for completing all prerequi-
Graduation Requirements:                                             Project Experience Elective (select one of the following):    3       site courses.
  1 Completion of at least 120 semester credits required in the       • ISYS      4550 Information Systems Project
     BS degree; at least 40 credit hours must be upper-division       • ISYS      481R Internship
     courses.                                                                                                                           BA/BS IN
  2 Overall grade point average 2.0 or above with a minimum of       Emphasis in                                                        INTEGRATED STUDIES                                123 CREDITS
     2.5 GPA in all ISYS and School of Business courses. No          Information Technology                             56 CREDITS
     grade lower than a "C-" in discipline and specialty core and                                                                       The following Integrated Studies emphasis is available (see the
                                                                     Specialty Core Requirements:                          56 Credits   Integrated Studies section of this catalog for complete degree
     elective courses.                                                • MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus                          4
  3 Residency hours: Minimum of 30 credit hours through                                                                                 requirement listings):
                                                                      • ISYS       1120 Intro to Information Systems                3     • Office Management
     course attendance at UVSC, with at least 10 hours earned in      • ISYS       1200 Visual Programming for Business             4
     the last 45 hours.                                               • ISYS       1420 Systems Architecture                        3
  4 Completion of GE and specified departmental require-              • ISYS       2050 Database Fundamentals                       3
     ments. Students are responsible for completing all prerequi-     • ISYS       2200 Advanced Visual Programming for             3   COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
     site courses.                                                                        Business
Notes:                                                                • ISYS       2450 Web Content Development                     3   The general education code, if any, appears to the
Students will be limited to 15 hours of upper-division credit
until MATRICULATION is completed.
                                                                      • ISYS       3410 Database Systems                            3   right of the course number, see Academic Poli-
                                                                      • ISYS       3420 Internet Application Development I          3
*Courses with an asterisk (*) cannot be taken until student is        • ISYS       3430 System Analysis and Design I                3
                                                                                                                                        cies section for code clarification. The line below
matriculated                                                          • ISYS       3460 Web Server Administration                   3   the course title indicates the number of credits,
**Students will be required to complete the business computer         • ISYS       4050 Strategic Use of Information Tech-          3
proficiency exam with a score of 80 percent or higher on each                                                                           lecture and laboratory hours per week
                                                                                          nology
module or complete the ISYS 1050 course or ISYS 105A-F                • ISYS       4420 Internet Application Development            3   (CR:LEC:LAB) and the terms the course will be
modules as necessary with a score of 80 percent or higher in
each of the six modules. See the CITE advisor, Bonnie Cook,
                                                                                          II                                            offered for the academic year of this catalog
                                                                      • ISYS       4430 System Analysis Design II*                  3
for more details.                                                     • ISYS       459R Advanced Current Topics in Infor-           3
                                                                                                                                        (Su=Summer, F=Fall, Sp=Spring).
***Students planning to attend graduate school should take                                mation Systems
MATH 1100 rather than MGMT 2240 and ACCT 2010 and                     • CNS        2030 Intro to Data Communication                 3   BUS 1000
2020 rather than ACCT 3000.                                           • MGMT 3300 Survey of International Business                  3   Keyboarding Basics
                                                                     Project Experience Elective (select one of the following):     3
Emphasis in Administrative                                            • ISYS       4550 Information Systems Project                     1:1:1                                         F, Sp
Information Management                             54 CREDITS         • ISYS       481R Internship                                      For students without previous training in keyboard-
Specialty Core Requirements:                         51 Credits                                                                         ing. Emphasizes fundamental keyboarding skills as
  • ISYS        1120 Introduction to Information Sys-         3      Emphasis in Training
                        tems                                         Design and Development
                                                                                                                                        well as proper techniques. Taught on computers.
                                                                                                                        53 CREDITS
  • ISYS        224R Digital Communication Tools              1      Specialty Core Requirements:                        46 Credits
  • ISYS        2300 Records and Information Manage-          3        • ISYS      2370 Business Database Applications            3     BUS 102R
                        ment                                           • ISYS      2450 Web Content Development                   3     Keyboard Reinforcement
  • ISYS        2350 Intermediate Word Processing             3        • ISYS      3270 Business Presentation Applications        3
  • ISYS        2360 Business Spreadsheet Applications        3        • ISYS      3360 Using Visual Basic for Applications       3
                                                                                                                                        1:0:2                                                     F, Sp
  • ISYS        2370 Business Database Applications           3        • ISYS      3370 Business Graphics Applications            3     • Prerequisite: Minimum keyboarding skill of 20 WPM
  • ISYS        2450 Web Content Development                  3        • ISYS      3600 Adult Learning for Instructional          3     Emphasizes speed and accuracy through improved
  • ISYS        3270 Business Presentation Applications       3                           Design
  • ISYS        3350 Business Desktop Publishing Appli-       3                                                                         techniques using timed writings. Uses computer
                                                                       • ISYS      3650 Training and Development                  3
                        cations                                        • ISYS      4360 Information Project Management            3     keyboards. One credit may apply toward a certifi-
  • ISYS        3360 Using Visual Basic for Applications      3        • ISYS      482R Training and Development Intern-        2-3     cate or AAS degree.
  • ISYS        3370 Business Graphics Applications           3                           ship
  • ISYS        4350 Information Workflow Manage-             2        • MGMT 2240 Foundations of Business Statistics             3
                        ment*                                         or MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus***                    4     BUS 3700
  • ISYS        4360 Information Project Management*          3        • MGMT 2390 Effective Business Presentations               3     Principles of Business/Marketing Education
  • MGMT 2390 Effective Business Presentations                3        • MGMT 3320 Cross Cultural Communications for              3
  • MGMT 3320 Cross Cultural Communications for               3                                                                         2:2:0                                    F
                                                                                          International Business
                        International Business                        • MGMT 3430 Human Resource Management*                      3     • Prerequisite: Admittance into the secondary teacher edu-
  • MGMT 3430 Human Resource Management*                      3       • MCT 1110 Multimedia Essentials I                          4       cation program; EDSC 2540
  • MGMT 2240 Foundations of Business Statistics              3       • MCT 4420 Applied Multimedia Technology                    4     • Corequisite: EDSC 3000
 or MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus***                            Specialty Elective Requirements:                     7 Credits     Provides background and foundation of business/
  • CNS         2030 Intro to Data Communication              3        • Choose 6 credit hours at any level from MCT or           6
Specialty Elective Requirements:                      3 Credits                                                                         marketing teacher education for students seeking a
                                                                         ACC, MGMT, ISYS, or LEGL courses
Select at least 3 credits from the following:                          • Complete any course 1000 or higher                       1     secondary education degree. Includes curriculum
  • ISYS        2380 Integrated Software Projects             3                                                                         standards, competency-based instruction and test-
  • ISYS        183R IAAP Student Chapter                     1
  • ISYS        184R IAAP Leadership                          1      MINOR IN BUSINESS INFORMATION                                      ing, textbook selection, and equipment selection,
  • ISYS        481R Internship                             2-3      TECHNOLOGY                   24 CREDITS                            and management. Explores student organizations,
  • ISYS        1200 Visual Programming for Business          4      Discipline Core Requirements:                       19 Credits
  • MGMT 1060 Personal Finance                                3                                                                         advisory committees, relationships with colleagues,
                                                                      • ISYS       224R Digital Communication Tools               1
  • MGMT 2100 Personality Instruments for Business            3       • ISYS       2350 Intermediate Word Processing              3     dealing with various publics and stakeholders, and
                                                                      • ISYS       2360 Business Spreadsheet Applications         3     student advisement. Addresses applied-technology
Emphasis in E-Commerce                                                • ISYS       2370 Business Database Applications            3
Specialty Core Requirements:                     56 Credits
                                                                                                                                        education, current research, issues and trends in
                                                                      • ISYS       3270 Business Presentation Applications        3
 • MATH 1100 Introduction to Calculus                     4           • ISYS       3350 Business Desktop Publishing Appli-        3     business and marketing education, teacher growth
 • ISYS       1120 Intro to Information Systems           3                                cations                                      and development, and professionalism.
 • ISYS       1200 Visual Programming for Business        4           • ISYS       2450 Web Content Development                   3
 • ISYS       1420 Systems Architecture                   3          Elective Requirements:                             5-6 Credits
 • ISYS       2050 Database Fundamentals                  3          Select 5-6 credits from the following:
 • ISYS       2200 Advanced Visual Programming for        3           • ISYS       3360 Using Visual Basic for Applications       3
                     Business                                         • ISYS       3370 Business Graphics Applications            3
 • ISYS       2450 Web Content Development                3           • ISYS       4350 Information Workflow Management           2
 • ISYS       3410 Database Systems                       3           • ISYS       4360 Information Project Management            3
 • ISYS       3420 Internet Application Development I     3          Graduation Requirements:



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                                                                                                      COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION

BUS 4200                                                    ISYS 105B                                                 ISYS 1080
Methods of Teaching Keyboarding and                         Basic Internet/E-mail Applications                        10-Key Data Entry
Computer Applications                                       0.5:0.5:0                          Su, F, Sp              0.5:0:2                                        F, Sp
3:3:1                                                  Sp   • Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill                   Prepares students to operate 10-key adding
• Prerequisite: BUS 3700, ISYS 2350, ISYS 2360, ISYS        Presents use of the Internet and e-mail. Empha-           machines or 10-key computer pads proficiently by
  2370, ISYS 3270, EDSC 3000                                sizes commands needed to function on the Inter-           the touch system. Emphasizes straight addition
• Corequisite: EDSP 3400
                                                            net. Includes using hyperlinks to navigate through        and rapid data entry with at least 98 percent accu-
Provides instructional strategies for teaching key-
                                                            the Internet. Stresses methods for saving text and        racy. Includes subtraction, decimal control, and
boarding and computer applications.
                                                            images off the Internet. Discusses acceptable use         subtotals. Self-paced and taught on computers.
BUS 4250                                                    policies. Exposes students to browsers and search
Methods of Teaching Business & Marketing                    engines to locate information on the Internet.            ISYS 1100
3:3:1                                  F                    Introduces e-mail basics, netiquette, and address         Introduction to Computers
• Prerequisite: ACC 2010, BUS 3700, EDSC 3000, LEGL         book maintenance. Offered credit/no-credit                4:4:0                                           F, Sp
  3000, MGMT 2200, MGMT 2300, MGMT 3600                     option.                                                   Introduces computer application software for word
• Pre- or Corequisite: EDSP 3400                                                                                      processing, spreadsheets, presentation graphics,
Provides an opportunity for students to become              ISYS 105C                                                 electronic mail, and the Internet, including the
facilitators of learning specifically by planning,          Basic Word Processing Applications                        Windows operating system. Teaches computer
developing, delivering, and evaluating basic busi-          0.5:0.5:0                          Su, F, Sp              vocabulary and concepts.
ness curriculum.                                            • Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill
                                                            Introduces word processing software. Emphasizes           ISYS 1120
BUS 4900                                                    commands needed to create, format, revise, save,          Introduction to Information Systems
Business/Marketing Student Teaching                         and print documents. Includes inserting and for-          3:3:1                                           F, Sp
Seminar                                                     matting graphics, tables, and tabs into a text docu-      • Prerequisite: Business Computer Proficiency
1:1:0                               F, Sp                   ment. Offered credit/no-credit option.                    Introduces the field of information systems. Dem-
• Prerequisite: BUS 4200, BUS 4250, and Admission to                                                                  onstrates how businesses, individuals, and society
  Professional Education Program                            ISYS 105D
• Corequisite: EDSC 4850                                                                                              use information systems for success. Covers the
Discusses the student teaching environment as               Basic Spreadsheet Applications                            technical foundations of information systems, data-
experienced by the students as they perform teach-          0.5:0.5:0                                     Su, F, Sp   base design, and management. Includes the tele-
                                                            • Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill                   communications revolution, e-commerce, client/
ing responsibilities. Allows the student to draw on
                                                            Introduces spreadsheet software. Emphasizes pro-
the experiences of other students in the class,                                                                       server computing, decision support systems, sys-
                                                            cess of creating, formatting, enhancing, revising,
resource people, and the seminar leader. Offered                                                                      tems analysis and design, computer security, man-
                                                            saving, and printing spreadsheets. Stresses use of
credit/no-credit.                                                                                                     agement issues, and ethics.
                                                            formulas and functions to solve problems. Includes
ISYS 1050                                                   creating charts using spreadsheet data. Offered           ISYS 1200
Basic Computer Applications                                 credit/no credit option.                                  Visual Programming For Business
3:3:0                                        Su, F, Sp                                                                4:4:0                                           F, Sp
                                                            ISYS 105E                                                 • Prerequisite: ISYS 1120 and MAT 1010
• Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill
Presents basic computer concepts and hands-on               Basic Presentations Applications                          • Corequisite: MAT 1010
training in using a PC operating system, web                0.5:0.5:0                                     Su, F, Sp   Presents concepts of event-driven visual program-
browsers, e-mail software, and office application
                                                            • Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill                   ming. Emphasizes problem-solving, user interface
                                                            Introduces presentation software. Emphasizes              design, program structure and design, data types
suite software. Exposes students to basic terminol-
                                                            process of creating, formatting, revising, saving,        and structures, and documentation. Introduces
ogy of computer hardware and software. Teaches
                                                            print, and showing presentations. Includes plan-          object-oriented concepts and debugging.
basic computer operating system software com-
                                                            ning a slide show, choosing appropriate designs,
mands for efficient computer utilization. Teaches
                                                            and using templates. Offered credit/no credit
use of Internet browsers to locate information for
                                                            option.                                                   ISYS 1340
professional and personal use. Introduces e-mail
                                                                                                                      Beginning Computer Applications
basics and netiquette. Teaches commands needed              ISYS 105F                                                 2:2:1                                           F, Sp
to create, edit, enhance, save, print, and use effec-       Basic Database Applications                               • Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill
tively word processing documents, spreadsheets,             0.5:0.5:0                                     Su, F, Sp   For technology students. Presents basic concepts
databases, and presentation slide shows. Offered            • Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill                   of the current operating system, word processing,
credit/no-credit option.                                    Introduces database software. Emphasizes process          and spreadsheet software. Includes theory, instruc-
                                                            of designing, modifying, and creating related tables.     tion, demonstration, and hands-on experience.
ISYS 105A                                                   Includes creating forms, generating reports and           Completers should be able to create, format,
Basic Computer Concepts/Operating Sys-                      labels and constructing queries. Offered credit/no        enhance, revise, save, and print business correspon-
tem                                                         credit option.                                            dence, short reports, spreadsheets, and documents
0.5:0.5:0                       Su, F, Sp
                                                                                                                      that include graphics and equations.
• Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill                     ISYS 1060
Presents basic computer concepts and hands-on               Introduction to Computer Concepts                         ISYS 134A
training in operating system software. Exposes stu-         1:1:0                      On Sufficient Demand           Beginning Computer Applications/Word
dents to hardware and software terminology. Stud-           Emphasizes introductory computer concepts.                Processing
ies PC operating system software to create desktop          Includes in-depth discussion of hardware and              1:1:0.5            On Sufficient Demand
shortcuts, perform file management, set resolution,         peripherals in the electronic workplace. Introduces       • Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill
work with multiple application windows, and other           students to types of computer software and their          For technology students. Presents basic concepts
properties. Offered credit/no-credit option.                uses, networking and telecommunication applica-           of the current operating system and word process-
                                                            tions, and technological advances. Explores com-          ing software. Includes theory, instruction, demon-
                                                            puter security and risks.                                 stration, and hands-on experience. Completers
                                                                                                                      should be able to produce business correspon-



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dence, short reports, and documents that include             careers and advancement opportunities for admin-            input tools routinely as communication tools. Pro-
graphics and equations.                                      istrative support personnel. Clarifies the relation-        vides in-class instruction and independent practice.
                                                             ship between the business world and administrative          May be repeated for two credits toward graduation.
ISYS 134B                                                    professions. Promotes a spirit of fellowship and
Beginning Computer Applications/Spread-                      the exchange of ideas and opportunities for leader-         ISYS 2300
sheets                                                       ship positions, committee assignments, participa-           Records and Information Management
1:1:0.5            On Sufficient Demand                      tion in school and community activities, and                3:3:0                              F, Sp
• Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill                                                                                  • Pre- or Corequisite: ISYS 2370
                                                             competition in national competitive events.
For technology students. Presents basic concepts                                                                         Includes storage and retrieval systems, managing
                                                             Requires payment of membership dues. Graded
of the current operating system and spreadsheet                                                                          manual and electronic files, cross referencing, auto-
                                                             credit/no credit. A maximum of four credits may
software. Includes theory, instruction, demonstra-                                                                       mated records systems, safety, security, and disaster
                                                             be applied toward graduation.
tion, and hands-on experience. Completers should                                                                         recovery. Discusses the records cycle, equipment,
be able to create, format, enhance, revise, save, and        ISYS 184R                                                   supplies, retention schedules, and micrographics
print spreadsheets.                                          IAAP Leadership                                             and image technology. Explores legal and ethical
                                                             1:1:0                    On Sufficient Demand               concerns.
ISYS 1350
                                                             For International Association of Administrative
Beginning Word Processing                                                                                                ISYS 2320
                                                             Professionals student chapter officers. Includes
3:3:0                                                F, Sp                                                               Microcomputer Suite Applications
                                                             development, organization and direction of the
• Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill                                                                                  4:4:0               On Sufficient Demand
For students without previous word processing                IAAP student chapter at UVSC. Graded credit/no
                                                                                                                         • Prerequisite: Basic word processing skill
experience. Teaches word processing in a Windows             credit. A maximum of four credits may be applied            Teaches students intermediate features of a stan-
environment to create, format, edit, and print doc-          toward graduation.                                          dard applications suite. Includes theory, instruction,
uments. Includes creating business letters, short                                                                        demonstration, and hands-on experience. Identi-
                                                             ISYS 2050
reports, simple memorandums, simple tables, and                                                                          fies and troubleshoots problems associated with
                                                             Database Fundamentals
documents containing simple graphics. Offered                                                                            soft copy and document production. Includes pro-
                                                             3:3:0                                               F, Sp
credit/no-credit option.                                     • Prerequisite: ISYS 1200
                                                                                                                         ducing and formatting letters and documents with
                                                             Introduces concepts and use of database manage-             graphic images, tables, and charts; perform mail
ISYS 1370                                                                                                                merges; create and apply styles; create and format
                                                             ment systems. Presents the relational model, Struc-
Personal Use Presentations                                                                                               financial spreadsheets using a variety of functions
                                                             tured Query Language, database design including
1:1:0                On Sufficient Demand                                                                                and formulas; use a spreadsheet list for simple data-
                                                             normalization theory, and application development
• Prerequisite: Basic keyboarding skill                                                                                  base manipulation; perform integration between
Teaches a presentations software package to create           tools of a personal computer relational database
                                                             management system.                                          software programs; and plan, create, format, and
personal use applications such as drawings, invita-
                                                                                                                         run an electronic slide show. Stresses what-if analy-
tions, flyers, simple charts and graphs, and com-
                                                             ISYS 2200                                                   sis to make business decisions.
puter-generated slide shows. Uses drawing and
                                                             Advanced Visual Programming for Business
editing tools, clip art, sound, animation, templates,                                                                    ISYS 232A
                                                             3:3:0                                 Sp
and backgrounds to create slide shows. Includes              • Prerequisite: ISYS 1200, ISYS 2050                        Microcomputer Suite Applications/Word
theory, instruction, demonstration, and hands-on             Builds on the visual programming skills learned in          Processing
experience.                                                  ISYS 1200. Continues with advanced topics such              2:2:0               On Sufficient Demand
                                                             as exception handling, testing, debugging, report-          • Prerequisite: Basic word processing skill
ISYS 1380                                                                                                                Teaches students intermediate features of word
                                                             ing, and using class libraries. Covers object ori-
Business Groupware Applications                                                                                          processing. Includes theory, instruction, demon-
                                                             ented principles including inheritance,
1:1:0               On Sufficient Demand                                                                                 stration, and hands-on experience. Identifies and
                                                             polymorphism, and data encapsulation.
• Prerequisite: ISYS 1350 or basic word processing skills                                                                troubleshoots problems associated with soft copy
Introduces office automation as it relates to elec-
                                                                                                                         and document production. Includes producing and
tronic messaging, scheduling of appointments, and
                                                             ISYS 221R                                                   formatting letters and documents with graphic
tasks. Presents creation and management of notes
                                                             Using Personal Electronic Organizers                        images, tables, and charts; mail merges and styles.
and telephone messages, and the effective and ethi-
                                                             0.5-3:0.5-3:0        On Sufficient Demand                   Stresses professional document production.
cal utilization of electronic distribution of mail and       • Prerequisite: instructor approval
files. Includes theory, instruction, demonstration,          Teaches effective use of palm-sized personal elec-          ISYS 232B
and hands-on experience.                                     tronic organizers. Presents efficient management            Microcomputer Suite Applications/Spread-
                                                             of information either remotely or synchronized              sheets
ISYS 1420
                                                             with a desktop or notebook computer. Offered as             2:2:0               On Sufficient Demand
Systems Architecture
                                                             a traditional class or as a workshop. Offered credit/       • Prerequisite: Basic word processing skill
3:3:0                                                F, Sp                                                               Teaches students intermediate features of spread-
                                                             no credit. May be repeated for up to three credits.
• Pre- or Corequisite: ISYS 1120
                                                                                                                         sheet applications. Includes theory, instruction,
Provides hardware/software technology back-
                                                             ISYS 224R                                                   demonstration, and hands-on experience. Identi-
ground to understand the trade-offs made when
                                                             Digital Communication Tools                                 fies and troubleshoots problems associated with
choosing a computer architecture or operating sys-
                                                             1:1:1                                          Su, F, Sp    soft copy and document production. Students will
tem. Requires work with several operating systems            • Prerequisite: ISYS 1050, business computer proficiency,   create and format financial spreadsheets using a
and a research paper.                                          or instructor approval
                                                                                                                         variety of functions and formulas; use a spread-
                                                             Introduces students to emerging technology that
ISYS 183R                                                                                                                sheet list for simple database manipulation; per-
                                                             allows users to write by voice or digital input and to
IAAP Student Chapter                                                                                                     form integration between software programs; and
                                                             have limited control of the Windows environment
1:1:0                      On Sufficient Demand                                                                          plan, create, format, and run an electronic slide
                                                             and application functions by voice and digital input.
For career-oriented business students who are                                                                            show. Stresses what-if analysis to make business
                                                             Presents an overview of current technology, getting
interested in participating with an international                                                                        decisions.
                                                             started using the technology, learning the basics,
business administrative professional organization            making speech recognition part of the computer
(International Association of Administrative Pro-            routine, and using speech recognition and digital
fessionals). Develops insights regarding lifetime

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                                                                                                    COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION

ISYS 2350                                                  ISYS 237B                                                   ISYS 281R
Intermediate Word Processing                               Business Database Applications                              Cooperative Work Experience
3:3:0                                              F, Sp   2:2:0               On Sufficient Demand                    2-8:0:10-40                                    Su, F, Sp
• Prerequisite: ISYS 1350 or instructor approval           • Prerequisite: Basic word processing skill                 • Prerequisite: Approval of School of Business Career and
Teaches intermediate word processing features in a         Explores creating and utilizing database files using          Corporate Manager
Windows environment for the production of busi-            database management software. Covers basic con-             Provides opportunities to apply classroom theory
ness letters, envelopes, multiple-page documents,          cepts of database management emphasizing com-               on the job. Students work as paid employees in a
reports, newsletters, tables, and other specialized        monly used applications. Teaches use of reports,            job that relates to their careers while enrolled at the
business documents. Emphasizes identification              letters, labels, custom screens, and queries in a busi-     College. Credit is determined by the number of
and troubleshooting problems associated with soft          ness setting. Covers first ten weeks of ISYS 2370           hours a student works during the semester. Stu-
copy document production. Stresses proper for-             course curriculum, introduction through custom              dents shall meet monthly with a School of Business
matting.                                                   reports.                                                    Career and Corporate Manager. Completers meet
                                                                                                                       individually set goals. A total of six credits may be
ISYS 2360                                                  ISYS 2380                                                   applied toward graduation with an AAS degree and
Business Spreadsheet Applications                          Integrated Software Projects                                three credits toward certificate programs.
3:3:0                                              F, Sp   3:3:0                                                 Sp
• Prerequisite: ACC 1150 or equivalent business math       • Prerequisite: MGMT 2200, ISYS 2350, ISYS 2360, ISYS       ISYS 296R
  knowledge; basic word processing skill                     2370                                                      Seminar
Introduces commonly used capabilities of spread-           • Corequisite: ISYS 2370
                                                                                                                       1-3:1-3:0-9              On Sufficient Demand
sheet software. Provides understanding of spread-          Emphasizes organizing projects, prioritizing tasks,
                                                                                                                       Provides short courses, workshops, and special
sheet utilization in a business.                           working under time pressures, and dealing with
                                                                                                                       programs in information management or current
                                                           stressful situations. Requires completion of
                                                                                                                       business topics. May be taken as desired for inter-
ISYS 236A                                                  advanced document production in an automated
                                                                                                                       est.
Business Spreadsheet Applications                          environment using current versions of suite soft-
1:1:0                On Sufficient Demand                  ware packages. Includes machine transcription,              ISYS 297A
• Prerequisite: ACC 1150 or equivalent business math       integration of suite software components, effective         Independent Study
  knowledge; basic word processing skill                   use of groupware, and completion of group
Introduces commonly used capabilities of spread-                                                                       1:0:3                     On Sufficient Demand
                                                           projects. Stresses self-motivation, acceptance of           Offers independent study as directed in reading in
sheet software. Provides understanding of spread-
                                                           responsibility, critical thinking, and effective deci-      individual projects. Approval for this course is at
sheet utilization in a business. Covers last five
                                                           sion making.                                                the discretion of the department chairperson.
weeks of ISYS 2360 course curriculum, logical
functions through case studies instruction.                ISYS 2450                                                   ISYS 297B
                                                           Web Content Development                                     Independent Study
ISYS 236B
                                                           3:3:0                                           Su, F, Sp   2:0:6                     On Sufficient Demand
Business Spreadsheet Applications                          • Prerequisite: Business Computer Proficiency
2:2:0                On Sufficient Demand                                                                              Offers independent study as directed in reading in
                                                           Focuses on the design and construction of WWW
• Prerequisite: ACC 1150 or equivalent business math                                                                   individual projects. Approval for this course is at
                                                           home pages and maintenance of web sites in a
  knowledge; basic word processing skill                                                                               the discretion of the department chairperson.
Introduces most commonly used capabilities of              multi-media platform environment. Teaches cur-
spreadsheet software. Provides understanding of            rent SGML (HTML) standards and exposes stu-                 ISYS 297C
spreadsheet utilization in a business. Covers first        dents to the latest enhancements. Covers design             Independent Study
ten weeks of ISYS 2360 course curriculum, intro-           concepts, page layout, legal issues, basic client-side      3:0:9                     On Sufficient Demand
duction through macro instruction.                         and server-side security, and commercial use of the         Offers independent study as directed in reading in
                                                           Web.                                                        individual projects. Approval for this course is at
ISYS 2370                                                                                                              the discretion of the department chairperson.
Business Database Applications                             ISYS 2490
3:3:0                                              F, Sp   Computer Help Desk Consulting                               ISYS 301R
• Prerequisite: Basic word processing skill                3:1:6              On Sufficient Demand                     Professional Organizations
Explores creating and utilizing database files using       • Prerequisite: ISYS 1120 and Business Computer Profi-
                                                                                                                       0.5:0.5:0                 On Sufficient Demand
                                                             ciency
database management software. Covers basic con-                                                                        Provides professional development opportunities
                                                           Provides knowledge base and skills necessary to
cepts of database management emphasizing com-                                                                          in leadership, human relations, management, social,
                                                           become a help desk consultant. Includes function
monly used applications. Teaches use of reports,                                                                       communicative, and organizational skills. May
                                                           of help desk, role of help desk personnel, tutoring
letters, labels, custom screens, and queries in a busi-                                                                count up to two credits for graduation.
                                                           and small group instruction models, hardware and
ness setting.
                                                           software diagnostics, problem resolution tracking,
                                                                                                                       ISYS 3120
ISYS 237A                                                  and customer-oriented service approach. Requires
                                                                                                                       Principles of Information Systems: A Mana-
Business Database Applications                             a course project and significant in-lab experience.
                                                                                                                       gerial Approach
1:1:0               On Sufficient Demand                                                                               3:3:0                               Su, F, Sp
                                                           ISYS 259R
• Prerequisite: Basic word processing skill                                                                            • Prerequisite: (MGMT 2200 or ENGL 2010 or ENGL
Explores creating and utilizing database files using       Current Topics in Information Systems                         2020) and Business Computer Proficiency
database management software. Covers basic con-            1-3:1-3:0             On Sufficient Demand                  For business management majors. Introduces the
                                                           • Prerequisite: Department Approval                         field of information systems. Teaches the general
cepts of database management emphasizing com-
                                                           Provides exposure to emerging technologies and
monly used applications. Teaches use of reports,                                                                       business manager how to use and manage the most
                                                           topics of current interest in information systems.
letters, labels, custom screens, and queries in a busi-                                                                current information technologies (IT). Studies the
                                                           Topics vary each semester depending upon the
ness setting. Covers last five weeks of ISYS 2370                                                                      Internet, Intranets, and Extranets for electronic
                                                           state of technology. A maximum of three hours
course curriculum, hyperlink fields through intro-                                                                     commerce and enterprise collaboration. Examines
                                                           may be counted toward graduation.
duction to Visual Basic.                                                                                               business cases demonstrating IT contributions to
                                                                                                                       competitive advantage, reengineering business pro-
                                                                                                                       cesses, and decision making.



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ISYS 321R                                                                                                                  tions, developing objectives, selecting appropriate
Applications Software Update                                  ISYS 3410                                                    learning technologies, developing course content,
0.5-3:0.5-3:0         On Sufficient Demand                    Database Systems                                             selecting effective instructional aids, delivering
• Prerequisite: Instructor or department chair approval       3:3:0                                             F, Sp      training, and evaluating training effectiveness.
For those interested in updating to new versions of           • Prerequisite: ISYS 1420, ISYS 2050, ISYS 2200              Reviews basic educational principles in teaching
software. Teaches new software features. Explores             Presents concepts and methods of defining, creat-            adult learners and managing classroom dynamics.
changes or updates in software. Introduces                    ing, and managing database systems. Includes                 Examines legal issues, cross-cultural preparation,
changes/updates in the operating system. Repeat-              information, transaction processing and security             and workforce diversity as they relate to training
able for up to three credits toward requirements for          issues, performance analysis, and a survey of                and development. Provides hands-on training
a degree. May be taken as desired for interest.               emerging technologies in database management.                experiences. Completers should be prepared to
                                                              Develops complex database designs and imple-                 apply basic principles to training and development
ISYS 3270                                                     ments them using commercial database products.               opportunities.
Business Presentation Applications                            Studies the application of data warehousing/data
3:3:0                                                F, Sp    mining tools in performing data analysis for deci-           ISYS 4050
• Prerequisite: Basic word processing skill
                                                              sion making.                                                 Strategic Use of Information Technology
Teaches a presentations software package to create
                                                                                                                           3:3:0                                 F, Sp
business charts and graphs, illustrations for desktop         ISYS 3420                                                    • Prerequisite: ACC 3000, (MGMT 3000 or MGMT 3010),
publishing, text charts, computer slide presenta-             Internet Application Development I                             MGMT 3600
tions, and other business-oriented publications.              3:3:0                                                   F    • Corequisite: ISYS 4420, ISYS 4430, MGMT 3450
Incorporates presentation templates, drawings,                • Prerequisite: ISYS 2200, ISYS 2450, ISYS 3410, ISYS
                                                                                                                           Focuses on the major role information technology
charts and graphs, scanned images, sound, clipart,              3430                                                       plays in business organizations by providing strate-
animations, and hyperlinks to create a slide show.            • Corequisite: ISYS 3430                                     gic advantage in facilitating problem solving,
                                                              Uses advanced development environments for the               increasing productivity and quality, customer ser-
ISYS 3350                                                     development of e-commerce and customized appli-              vice, and enabling business process reengineering.
Business Desktop Publishing Applications                      cations. Uses current technologies to accomplish             Uses lectures which are primarily case based to
3:3:0                                 F, Sp                   the retrieval and exchange of data.                          examine large corporations, small businesses, e-
• Prerequisite: ISYS 2350 or instructor approval                                                                           commerce businesses, government, and non-profit
Emphasizes desktop publishing features. Uses cur-             ISYS 3430
                                                                                                                           agencies to discover the innovative ways real corpo-
rent word processing software in a Windows envi-              Systems Analysis and Design I
                                                                                                                           rations are using IT in their operations. Requires a
ronment to produce complex documents. Covers                  3:3:0                                             F, Sp
                                                                                                                           major research paper and individual and group
                                                              • Prerequisite: ISYS 2050, ISYS 2200, MGMT 2200, CNS
formatting and design principles.                                                                                          projects.
                                                                2030
                                                              Introduces the student to the systems development
ISYS 3360                                                                                                                  ISYS 4100
                                                              process with a principal focus on strategic IS plan-
Using Visual Basic for Applications                                                                                        CPS-Review Finance and Business Law
                                                              ning, IS project management, and the systems
3:3:0                 On Sufficient Demand                                                                                 2:2:0               On Sufficient Demand
• Prerequisite: ISYS 2350, ISYS 2360, ISYS 2370, ISYS
                                                              development life cycle through the analysis phase.
                                                                                                                           • Prerequisite: Instructor approval
  3270, Suggested: ISYS 3350                                  Teaches the use of appropriate methodologies,
                                                                                                                           For students and others wishing to prepare for the
For administrative information management or                  tools, and techniques including structured and
                                                                                                                           Certified Professional Secretary Examination
training design and development majors. Intro-                object-oriented modeling and the use of a CASE
                                                                                                                           administered by International Association of
duces Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) as a pro-           tool. Uses cases as the vehicle for student assign-
                                                                                                                           Administrative Professionals. Prepares students to
gramming language to extend the functionality of              ments.
                                                                                                                           sit for the Finance and Business Law section of the
the Microsoft Office Suite. Presents programming
                                                              ISYS 3460                                                    CPS exam.
fundamentals necessary to integrate MS Office
applications. Students design, code, test, and debug          Server Administration
                                                                                                                           ISYS 4110
several VBA applications that run within Word,                3:3:0                                             F, Sp
                                                                                                                           CPS Review - Office Systems and Adminis-
Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.                                • Prerequisite: ISYS 2450, CNS 2030
                                                              Covers installation and administration of enterprise         tration
                                                              servers using current technologies focusing on               2:2:0                On Sufficient Demand
ISYS 3370                                                                                                                  • Prerequisite: Instructor approval
Business Graphics Applications                                application development support components.
                                                                                                                           For students and others wishing to prepare for the
3:3:0                                                     F   Covers security and performance issues.
                                                                                                                           Certified Professional Secretary Examination
• Prerequisite: One of the following: ISYS 3270, ISYS 2450,
                                                              ISYS 3600                                                    administered by International Association of
  MCT 1110, business computer proficiency, or instructor
  approval                                                    Adult Learning for Instructional Design                      Administrative Professionals. Prepares students to
Introduces digital imaging, vector-based graphics,            3:3:0                                                   Sp   sit for the Office Systems and Administration sec-
and web-based graphics design for instructional               • Prerequisite: Suggested: ISYS 3270, MGMT 2390              tion of the CPS exam.
projects. Provides an overview of creating digital            Focuses on learning and instruction theories for
images and web graphic essentials including opti-             adults within the context of a business/industry             ISYS 4120
mizing graphics for the web using Adobe Photo-                training environment. Explores through a wide                CPS Review - Management
shop. Explores creating vector graphics for                   variety of business examples specific implications           2:2:0              On Sufficient Demand
                                                                                                                           • Prerequisite: Instructor approval
animations, presentations, instructional applica-             and applications of these theories into instructional
                                                                                                                           For students and others wishing to prepare for the
tions and Web sites using Adobe Illustrator and               design to resolve performance problems.
                                                                                                                           Certified Professional Secretary Examination
Macromedia Flash. Employs screen capture soft-
                                                              ISYS 3650                                                    administered by International Association of
ware in the production and design of visuals.
                                                              Training and Development                                     Administrative Professionals. Prepares students to
Includes converting projects into portable docu-
                                                              3:3:0                                                   F    sit for the Management section of the CPS exam.
ments using Adobe Acrobat.
                                                              • Prerequisite: MGMT 2390
                                                              Teaches the lifecycle of training and development            ISYS 4130
                                                              in a business setting. Uses the Instructional System         Certified Administrative Review
                                                              Design (ISD) process, which includes identifying             2:2:0                      On Sufficient Demand
                                                              performance deficiencies and appropriate interven-           Prepares students to sit for the Organizational
                                                                                                                           Planning section of the Certified Administrative

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Professional Examination administered by the                    computer supported cooperative work (CSCW) and           and feedback, remediation as needed. Addresses
International Association of Administrative Profes-             group decision support systems (GDSS)                    individual learner needs and evaluation of program
sionals.                                                                                                                 effectiveness. Uses program objectives to evaluate
                                                                ISYS 4470                                                final program product.
ISYS 4350                                                       Intelligent Agents for Decision Support
Information Workflow Management                                 3:3:0                  On Sufficient Demand              ISYS 481R
2:2:0                                                      F    • Prerequisite: ISYS 3410 and MATH 1100 or MATH 1210     Internship
• Prerequisite: (ISYS 2350 and ISYS 2360 and ISYS 2370            and Matriculation into the Bachelor's Degree Program   2-8:0:10-40                                     Su, F, Sp
  and ISYS 3270) or approval of instructor; and Matricula-      Studies the role of decision support systems in an       • Prerequisite: Approval of School of Business Career and
  tion into the Bachelor's Degree Program                       organization. Surveys concepts and principles of           Corporate Manager
Emphasizes organization, problem-solving, and                   artificial intelligence methodologies including neu-     For bachelor's degree students. Provides opportu-
critical thinking skills in directing the completion of         ral networks, expert systems, machine learning           nities to apply classroom theory while students
documents and projects in an automated and inte-                algorithms, and genetic algorithms. Provides hands-      work as employees in a job that relates to their
grated environment. Covers a variety of adminis-                on experience in application of each methodology.        careers. Meet monthly with a School of Business
trative information management activities including                                                                      Manager of Career and Corporate Development.
planning and organizing new projects; directing                 ISYS 4550                                                Credit is determined by the number of hours a stu-
new and ongoing operations; and utilizing available             Information Systems Project                              dent works during the semester and completion of
technology to process, analyze, manage, and com-                3:3:0                                           F, Sp    individually set goals. Four credits may be applied
municate information. Stresses self-motivation,                 • Pre- or Corequisite: ISYS 4420, ISYS 4430
                                                                                                                         toward a Bachelor of Science Degree in business.
effective decision making, and critical- and creative-          Applies the methodologies, tools and techniques
                                                                                                                         Graded credit or no-credit.
thinking skills. Completers should function effec-              studied in ISYS 3430 and ISYS 4430. Involves the
tively in the role of an administrative information             implementation of a significant information system       ISYS 482R
manager.                                                        for a specific customer from a local organization.       Training and Development Internship
                                                                Involves students working in teams, the develop-         2-3:1:3-6           On Sufficient Demand
ISYS 4360                                                       ment of a project notebook documenting their             • Prerequisite: Instructor Approval and Matriculation into
Information Project Management                                  results, and a final presentation to the customer and      the Bachelor's Degree Program
3:3:0                                                      Sp   interested faculty. Helps to assess student attain-      Provides opportunities to intern in an approved
• Prerequisite: Matriculation into the Bachelor's Degree        ment of competencies required for the Information        educational or business environment where class-
  Program                                                       Technology degree.                                       room theory and training experiences may be
Emphasizes multitasking of projects and work pro-                                                                        applied to meet training objectives. Requires
cesses in a collaborative environment. Requires                 ISYS 459R                                                weekly meetings with coordinator and other stu-
planning and tracking projects; utilizing people,               Advanced Current Topics in Information                   dents in a classroom setting to share experiences
time, and resources effectively; communicating                  Systems                                                  and to receive direction. Credit is determined by
expectations clearly; and providing project infor-              1-3:1-3:0                            F, Sp               the number of hours a student provides training
mation as needed.                                               • Prerequisite: Department Approval                      during the semester. Completers should be pre-
                                                                Provides exposure to emerging technologies and           pared to apply intern experiences and skills to
ISYS 4420                                                       topics of current interest in information systems.       future training opportunities. Repeatable for up to
Internet Application Development II                             Varies each semester depending upon the state of         three credits.
3:3:0                                                      Sp   technology. May apply a maximum of three hours
• Prerequisite: ISYS 3420, ISYS 3460
                                                                toward graduation.                                       ISYS 483R
Utilizes advanced enabling technologies for the
                                                                                                                         Computer Applications Internship
design and development of enterprise-wide, Inter-               ISYS 4610                                                1-2:0:3-6           On Sufficient Demand
net-based applications.                                         Designing Technology-based Training                      • Prerequisite: Upper division status and approval of
                                                                3:3:0               On Sufficient Demand                   department chair; ISYS 2350, 2360, 2370, 3270; CNS
ISYS 4430                                                       • Prerequisite: ISYS 3650                                  2610
Systems Analysis and Design II                                  Provides shadowing opportunities in an educa-            Applies classroom theory on the job by assisting
3:3:0                                                F, Sp      tional or business setting where students can see        other students with their computer problems in a
• Prerequisite: ISYS 3430 and Matriculation into the Bache-
                                                                basic principles of training and development in          lab situation while working in a School of Business
  lor's Degree Program                                                                                                   computer lab. Requires meeting with the School
A continuation of ISYS 3430. Focuses on the                     action and gain insights into training design, devel-
                                                                opment, implementation, and evaluation. Uses the         of Business Computer Center Director and assist-
design, implementation, and support phases of the
                                                                course map content from the ISYS 3650 course to          ing in other duties as assigned. Graded credit/no
systems development life cycle. Studies in-house
                                                                pre-author a technology-based training program,          credit. Repeatable for up to two credits.
development and package purchase (including
enterprise software). Teaches the use of appropri-              which includes creating a course navigation map
                                                                                                                         ISYS 496R
ate methodologies, tools, and techniques including              (flowchart) to determine course sequence and navi-
                                                                                                                         Information Systems Seminar
structured and object-oriented modeling, RAD,                   gational paths, designing storyboard frames with
                                                                                                                         1-3:1-3:0-9                                            F, Sp
prototyping, software engineering, and the use of a             multimedia elements, and generating the navigation
                                                                                                                         • Prerequisite: Instructor/department chair approval
CASE tool. Includes both client/server and Web                  map and storyboards into an authoring tool. Com-         Provides short courses, workshops, and special
applications. Uses cases as the vehicle for student             pleters should be prepared to apply shadowing            programs in information management or current
assignments.                                                    experiences, discussion insights, and pre-authoring      business topics. Repeatable for up to three credits.
                                                                computer skills to future training opportunities.
ISYS 4450                                                                                                                ISYS 497A
Computer Supported Cooperative Work                             ISYS 4620                                                Independent Study
3:3:0              On Sufficient Demand                         Producing Technology-based Training                      1:0:3                                           Su, F, Sp
• Prerequisite: ISYS 3410 and MGMT 3000 and Matricula-          3:3:0               On Sufficient Demand                 • Prerequisite: Department chair approval
  tion into the Bachelor's Degree Program                       • Prerequisite: ISYS 4610                                For bachelor's degree students and other interested
Introduces concepts and functions available for                 Builds on information taught in ISYS 3650 and            persons. Offers independent study as directed in
using the computer and associated networks in sup-              ISYS 4610. Generates story boards from a com-            reading, in individual projects, at the discretion and
port of group activities. Surveys, analyzes, and                puter design tool into an authoring tool. Teaches        approval of the department chairperson.
implements software tools available for developing              basic principles of building and editing frames with
                                                                text and multimedia elements. Provides practice

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ISYS 497B
Independent Study
2:0:6                                       Su, F, Sp
• Prerequisite: Department chair approval
For bachelor's degree students and other interested
persons. Offers independent study as directed in
reading, in individual projects, at the discretion and
approval of the department chairperson.

ISYS 497C
Independent Study
3:0:9                                       Su, F, Sp
• Prerequisite: Department chair approval
For bachelor's degree students and other interested
persons. Offers independent study as directed in
reading, in individual projects, at the discretion and
approval of the department chairperson.




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