CISCounselingSheetCatalog2003 - Warrington College of...

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Warrington College of Business Administration BSBA: Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) Visit the undergraduate business website at: T HESE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS ARE IN EFFECT ONLY FOR STUDENTS WHO ENROLLED AT THE U NIVERSITY OF F LORIDA WITH F RESHMAN OR S OPHOMORE STANDING BEGINNING WITH OR AFTER S UMMER B/F ALL 2003 TERMS . This program includes a strong background in computing and a broad core of business courses that enable graduates to work as programmers and applications systems analysts in organizations where business computing applications are required. However, the background also can prepare students for many types of positions in the fast-growing computer manufacturing, computer software, and computer application sectors of our economy. Demand for CIS majors with substantial computing education is seldom affected by periods of slow economic growth. For information on career opportunities consult: and . The Warrington College of Business CIS major is one of the most rigorous majors at the University of Florida because of the work and time requirements. The academic advisors for the department of Computer Information Sciences and Engineering may also assist students: Kevin Austin, 405 CSE, 392-1090, [email protected] Melissa Dobbins, 405 CSE, 392-1090, [email protected] Tim Heffernan, 405 CSE, 392-1090, [email protected] or [email protected] Business Core Requirements
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course COP 3530 taught by Professor Davis during the Summer '08 term at University of Florida.

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