|CIS 1601||CIS 1605||CIS 1610||CIS 2605|
|CIS 2615||CIS 3605||CIS 3612||CIS 3620||CIS 3630|
|CIS 3650||CIS 3655||CIS 3660||CIS 3670||CIS 3680|
|CIS 3695||CIS 4600||CIS 4610||CIS 4620||CIS 4625|
|CIS 4630||CIS 4635||CIS 4640||CIS 4655||CIS 4660|
|CIS 4665||CIS 4667||CIS 4670||CIS 4675||CIS 4680|
|CIS 4690||CIS 4695||CIS 5605||CIS 5606||CIS 5607|
|CIS 5610||CIS 5611||CIS 5612||CIS 5630||CIS 5640|
|CIS 5645||CIS 5650||CIS 5654||CIS 5655||CIS 5656|
|CIS 5660||CIS 5661||CIS 5669||CIS 5670||CIS 6610|
CIS 4600: Programming in Generator Languages (2). Develops programming proficiency in applying contemporary generator languages, particularly RPG II and RPG III, to typical business applications. Special emphasis on using multi file programming and file maintenance. Prerequisite : CIS 4630 or 3 semester hours of programming language credit.
CIS 4620: Microcomputer Applications (3). Emphasis will be on current microcomputer hardware, operating system, and database management software. Applications will be developed using the operating system and database software. Prerequisites: CIS 1610; and MATH 1111 or a high school program including one unit of advanced algebra and one unit of geometry.
CIS 4630: Data Processing in Business (3). computer programming and system analysis procedures and techniques used in processing data. Computer uses and business applications are studied from the management viewpoint. Not open to students with credit in CIS 1600 or CIS 1605 or CIS 1610.
CIS 4640: Contemporary Computer Programming and Business Systems (3). Comparison and application of two or three most popular programming languages; system analysis and procedure writing, flow charting, designing and maintaining business applications. Not open to Computer information system majors or minors.