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2012-2013 Catalog 
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Management Information Systems, Associate of Science Degree in Business Administration

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Management Information Systems, an option of the Associate of Science degree program in Business Administration, prepares students to transfer to four-year colleges and universities to study computer information systems. Direct transfer options with many four-year institutions are available. Graduates have transferred to such colleges and universities as Rutgers University, Seton Hall University, Rider University, The College of New Jersey, Kean University and Monmouth University.

This program adds various computer language studies and courses in systems analysis to the basic business transfer program.

Graduates are able to:

  • construct systems requirements that address user business needs
  • produce well-structured applications programs
  • examine financial statements as a basis for economic decision-making

This degree is offered through the Business and Public Service Department, whose mission is to provide challenging, career-oriented undergraduate programs to business and public service students, educating them to the level of competency needed for successful transfer to four-year institutions or immediate career path entry into the global market.

Curriculum – A.S. Degree

Second Semester

Third Semester

Fourth Semester

Total Credits 64 - 66

1 Mathematics by official placement test. Students may not take courses below placement level. Exceptions by permission of Department Chair. MATH 101 Number Systems  and MATH 102 Problem Solving Strategies   and MATH 103C Quantitative Literacy  may not be used to satisfy the math requirement.

2 See Computer Science (CISY) Electives List . Select one Programming Elective course and one CIS Elective course.

3 Select a course from the appropriate category of the General Education & Computer Science Electives List  list. 

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