DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY

SYLLABUS
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2003

CATALOG LISTING: 2001-3 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS, 1-3 hours credit
Assigned student projects which will include topics not covered in detail in the CIS curriculum and based on study needs.  Laboratory 3-9 hours.  Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and departmental permission.

EXPANDED COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Special studies projects are handled on an individual student basis and must be sponsored by a CIS faculty member.  This faculty member is responsible for working with the student throughout the project and making sure that the student has a stated goal.  Grading for Special Problems is generally on the basis of  Satisfactory (S) or Unsatisfactory (U).  In most cases, students should have completed COBOL APPLICATIONS II prior to enrolling in this class.
 

STUDENT HONESTY AND INTEGRITY