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INFORMATION SYSTEMS

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Information Systems

Bachelor’s in Computer & Information Sciences, emphasis in Information Systems

There’s no better place for a believer to study Information Systems than at The Master’s University. The Information Systems emphasis approaches computers from a business-oriented perspective. It emphasizes business processes and how computers can be used to improve them. Analysis and design are stressed, along with an appropriate knowledge of business principles.

Students complete 53 emphasis-specific units in additional to General Education requirements and Bible requirements:

  • CIS core courses (26)

  • ACC210 Accounting Fundamentals I (3)

  • MGT310 Management Theory (3)

  • MIS432 Database Management Systems (3)

  • MIS441 Web Site Administration (3)

  • MIS478 IS Internship (3)

  • MIS492 IS Senior Seminar (3)

  • Upper division IS electives (9)

Students may also minor in Computer & Information Sciences. See details here under Major Requirements


Biblical Studies requirements (up to 21 units) may include:

  • B121 Essentials of Christian Thought (3)

  • B101+2 Old Testament Survey I + II (3 + 3)

  • B201+2 New Testament Survey I + II (3 + 3)

  • BTH321+2 Christian Theology I + II (3 + 3)


See the full degree checklist here: CIS Degree Checklist

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Core Courses

Biblical Studies (21 units)
CIS Core Courses (26 units)
General Education (37 units)
ACC210 Accounting Fundamentals
MGT310 Management Theory
MIS432 Database Management System
MIS441 Web Site Administration
MIS478 IS Internship
Upper Division CIS Elective (x3)

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