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    Online Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems

    INSTITUTION INFORMATION Institutional Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Program Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Institutional Membership(s): SOC PROGRAM DETAILS Program Information: Bachelor of Science - Bachelor's Enrollment: 1000 seats total Application Deadline: Open How Students and Instructors Communicate: Chat Room, E-mail, Online Assignment Submission, Threaded Discussion Board Subject: Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services METHOD OF COURSE INSTRUCTION

    The program is delivered primarily through internet

    Supplemental delivery formats include internet

    This course uses WebCT

     
    DESCRIPTION
    The computer information systems (CIS) major prepares the student for a career in the fields of business and information technology as an information systems specialist, Web developer, multimedia designer, or network specialist. Emphasis is placed on programming languages, data structures, distributed data processing, multimedia database systems, database management, networks and data communications, and information systems organization. The CIS curriculum is consistent with recommendations outlined by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM); it provides a balance between fundamental computer information systems concepts and the application of those concepts from a future-oriented perspective. A grade of C- or higher is required in all program and major requirements.

    Major Prerequisites
    MATH 2080 Applied Calculus
    MATH 3020 Applied Statistics

    Major Requirements
    CSIS 1400 Discrete Mathematics
    CSIS 1800 Introduction to Computer and Information Sciences
    CSIS 1900 Computer Programming I
    CSIS 2000 Introduction to Database Systems
    CSIS 2410 Assemblers and Assembly Language Programming
    CSIS 2950 Computer Programming II
    CSIS 3020 Web Programming and Design
    CSIS 3400 Data Structures
    CSIS 3500 Networks and Data Communication
    CSIS 3750 Software Engineering
    CSIS 3800 Survey of Operating Systems
    CSIS 4310 Distributed Data Processing
    CSIS 4530 Database Management

    Major Electives (Select three)
    CSIS 3010 Organization of the Computer Environment
    CSIS 3200 Organization of Programming Language
    CSIS 4650 Computer Graphics
    CSIS 4840 Unix Operating System Environment
    CSIS 4890 Special Topics in Computer Information Systems CSIS 4900 Directed Project
    INTN 3812 Internship I in Computer Science
    TECH 2150 Introduction to Internet Resources
    TECH 3000 Multimedia Design
    TECH 4050 Business Data Communication
    SPECIAL ENROLLMENT ISSUES
    Online classes in general education and business/technology electives begin every 8 weeks, which enables a student to choose from 6 different start dates per year.

    Online classes in CIS major begin every 16 weeks, which enables a student to choose from 3 different start dates per year.
     
    TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
    IBM-COMPATIBLE PC
    Pentium 200MMX processor or higher, Pentium II processor recommended.
    Windows 95 or Higher, Windows NT 4 or Higher.
    32 Megabytes of RAM (or higher).
    Floppy/CD-ROM/hard drive.
    Full Duplex Sound card with speakers/headphones and microphone.
    SVGA(800x600) or higher display.
    28.8kb Modem (or faster) Internet connection through an account on an ISP (Internet Service Provider), or a network connection to the Internet.

    * Please note that your connection to the internet must not initiate from behind a firewall.


    MACINTOSH
    PowerPC 120Mhz processor or higher, G3 processor recommended.
    System 8.0 or higher operating system.
    32 Megabytes of RAM (or higher).
    Floppy/CD-ROM/hard drive.
    800x600 or higher display resolution, thousands of colors.
    Full Duplex Sound with a microphone.
    28.8kb Modem (or faster) Internet connection through an account on an ISP (Internet Service Provider), or a network connection to the Internet.

    * Please note that your connection to the internet must not initiate from behind a firewall.

    Software
    Netscape 4.04 or higher, or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher.

    * Please note that proprietary browser versions (those not downloaded directly from Netscape or Microsoft) may not work reliably with online systems.

    Suggested: Microsoft Office 97 (or higher). If you use other
    ACCESS TO LEARNING RESOURCES
    Online students are provided access to the same library resources normally available to on-campus students. The university抯 Distance Library Services (DLS) are accessible from a web site that provides online students with the ability to conduct index and catalog searches, request books, journal articles, and other documents using online forms, and to contact a reference librarian. Students may also communicate with the DLS office using email, telephone, and fax. The NSU Library system provides access to over 10 million volumes, 200 online databases, and 28,000 full-text journals. All materials mailed by the library are sent by first-class mail. When books are borrowed, the student has to pay a small charge for third-class postage to return them. Books are loaned for one month. Periodical copies or ERIC documents need not be returned.

    Barnes & Noble College Bookstores, as the university's official bookstore, offers comprehensive bookstore services to our local and online students and carries textbooks for all the university抯 courses. While students have the option to purchase textbooks from other online and local sources, there are benefits from purchasing from the university's bookstore (on-campus or online), including better availability. The university's bookstore provides the full-spectrum of shipping options. The school insures that required textbooks are available, and then posts them on its website at least one month prior to the start of each term. Students should place their orders early enough to ensure delivery prior to the start of the term.
    ACCESS TO FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES
    The Office of Student Financial Assistance administers the university抯 financial aid programs of grants, loans, scholarships, and student employment and provides professional financial advisers to help students plan for the most efficient use of their financial resources for education. In order to participate in financial aid programs, a student must be admitted into a university program and must be a citizen, a national, or a permanent resident of the United States, or be in the United States for other than a temporary purpose.

    A prospective student who requires financial assistance must apply for financial aid while he or she is a candidate for admission. Students/applicants may apply for financial aid online. For additional information or application forms call 800-806-3680 or 954-262-3380. To continue financial aid, at a minimum, enrolled students must demonstrate satisfactory academic progress toward a stated educational objective in accordance with the university抯 policy on satisfactory progress for financial aid recipients.

    SPECIAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

    Before the first semester of enrollment, students are expected to demonstrate skills necessary for college-level work. Students without appropriate SAT/ACT scores or prerequisites for college-level math and/or English will be placed in fundamental courses. Students also have the opportunity prior to their first registration to complete a challenge exam in reading, writing, and mathematics. Based on their scores, they will be advised on appropriate course selection.
    SPECIAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
    All degree-seeking students must complete the minimum credits as designated for the chosen major and must have matriculated. The following conditions are also required:

    1. Admission as a degree-seeking candidate in one of the majors
    2. Completion of general education, specialty, and elective requirements as specified by the major program
    3. Completion of major requirements as specified
    4. Attainment of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (2.5 in education)
    5. Attainment of a 2.25 grade point average (2.5 in education)in the major area
    6. Attainment of a 2.25 grade point average (2.5 in education)in minors, if selected or required by program
    7. Completion, at NSU, of at least 30 credits (not including CLEP, proficiency examinations, or experiential learning credits)
    8. Completion of at least 50 percent of the credits in the major area and minor at NSU (not including CLEP, proficiency examinations, or experiential learning credits)
    9. Submission of a degree application form and payment of the diploma fee before completing registration for the last semester
    10. Fulfillment of all obligations to the library, the student抯 program, and the bursar抯 office.
    ACCESS TO ADVISING/MENTORING SERVICES
    The primary purpose of academic advising is to ensure that students receive the individual attention needed to succeed academically. Students should maintain regular contact with their academic advisers throughout their academic career at NSU.

    Academic advisers serve as learning resources and provide students with confidential academic advising. They serve as liaisons and referral agents by helping students gain needed assistance from other NSU departments or from the community. An adviser is available by e-mail (ncsinfo@nova.edu) or via phone (800) 338-4723, ext. 8000.

    The interaction between student and adviser is at the heart of the advising process. The process must assure students that they are receiving optimal guidance for a high-quality educational experience. Therefore, students are encouraged to consult with an adviser when they believe their rights as students are being, or have been, violated. Students are also encouraged to discuss aspects of their education with faculty members, program administrators, and directors.
    SPECIAL TRANSFER POLICIES
    NSU will transfer a maximum of 90 eligible semester credit (grades of C or better), including credit for CLEP, proficiency exams, and prior experiental learning, toward a degree. A limited number of D grades may be considered, depending on the total number of credit being transferred and where the D grades are being applied to the curriculum.

    Nova Southeastern University has articulation agreements with Florida's community colleges. For financial aid purposes, students who have earned associate of arts degrees (1993 or later) at one of these colleges will enter NSU with junior standing.
    SPECIAL ENROLLMENT ISSUES
    N/A
    SPECIAL ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS
    The basis of the educational process at NSU presumes a continuous, close-working relationship between instructor and student. Therefore, students are expected to participate in class regularly. Specific requirements are established by each instructor. The administration will support the faculty member attendance requirements.
     
    SPECIAL PROGRAM PREREQUISITES
    N/A
    OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
    Online is especially well suited for international students who wish to pursue their studies from home and earn a fully accredited, undergraduate degree from a University in the United States.

    International students must score a minimum of 550 on the TOEFL exam in addition to the other admissions requirements.

    International students must submit all transcripts from previously attended colleges and/or universities to Josef Silny & Associates, Inc (Telephone number: 305-666-0233) or the World Education Service (Southeast Office Telephone number: 305-358-6688) for evaluation and/or translation.

    Tuition and fees must be paid in United States currency.

     


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