Computer Information Systems Technology, Bachelor of Applied Science
Program Code: CTBS
Location(s): Cocoa, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Titusville, Online
Delivery Method(s): On-Campus, Online
Previous Degree Required: AS/AA
Eligible for Financial Aid: Yes
Additional Limited Access Application Process Required: No
Program Testing Requirements:
Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) Code: 11.0401
Florida Department of Education CIP Code: 1101104011
Students can only select one major and one specialization.
The degree is intended to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to enter the workforce in a mid-level management position. Graduates will demonstrate mastery of skills needed in the rapidly growing program field of Information Systems and will lead to employment in public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Concentrations in cybersecurity, data science, networking systems, program development/software development, and project management will prepare graduates for entry level as well as administrative/managerial positions in business, industry, technical, healthcare services, and other related industries.
Students who have completed or who are in the last semester of coursework needed to complete an Associate in Science or an Associate in Arts degree may apply. The program prerequisites will include an earned Associate in Science degree; students with an earned Associate in Arts degree will be reviewed on a case by case basis. All BAS degrees require completion of Florida's standard baccalaureate degree requirements (36 hours of General Education and demonstration of foreign language competence). Contact the BAS Program Specialist at BAS@easternflorida.edu for more information. Visit the program page for more details and how to apply.
For AS degree students: Most AS degrees include 15 credits in General Education. Therefore, once admitted to the BAS program, AS students who have not completed required General Education requirements will need to continue to take General Education credit hours. These credits will be considered part of the remaining General Education, upper division portion of the 60 credits required for the BAS degree. Students must work with the BAS Program Specialist to review the General Education requirements.
For AA degree students: Once admitted to the BAS program, AA students will need to take 21 credit hours of appropriate technical concentration courses. Students must work with the BAS Program Specialist for proper technical course selection. Technical concentration courses may be considered part of the technical concentration, upper division portion of the 60 credits required for the BAS degree.
Before completing the BAS track, students will need to earn a grade of "C" or higher in the following courses:
Students may have taken these courses, but if not, they will be required and an advisor can help with course planning.
|Complete Associate Degree||60|
|General Education or Technical Concentration|
|General Education (for A.S. degree students) or Technical Concentration (for A.A. degree students) 1||21|
|Computer Information Systems Technology - Major Courses|
|GEB 3213||Foundations of Managerial Communications||3|
|ISM 3011||Introduction to Information Technology Management||3|
|ISM 4300||Information Systems Operations Management||3|
|MAN 4504||Operational Decision Making||3|
|Select 27 credits from one of the following specializations:||27|
|Total Credit Hours||120|
Students must take STA 2023 Statistics and COP 2334 Introduction to C++ Programming as part of their 21 General Education or Technical Concentration if they have not satisfied these program requirements with their associate degree.
Note: Successfully complete the Florida foreign language requirement; see "Foreign Language Requirement" in the Associate in Arts section. Foreign language taken at the college level does not satisfy the General Education or Technical Concentration credits
Note: Pursuant to Section 1007.25, F.S., beginning with students initially entering a Florida College System institution or state university in the 2018-2019 school year and thereafter, each student must demonstrate competency in civic literacy.
Computer Information Systems Technology Specializations
Select one specialization: