Majors, Minors and Concentrations Details

B.S.-M.P.S. degree program in business information systems
HEGIS code 0799
NYS SED program code 02104

Program/Department Advisers

Name
Title
Phone
Email
Office Hours
Augenstein, Moshe Undergraduate CLAS Deputy Chair 718-951-5000 x2041 2122 Ingersoll Hall augenstein @ brooklyn.cuny.edu  
RUDOWSKY, IRA S UG Deputy 718-951-5000 xt 2062 1417 Ingersoll Hall rudowsky @ brooklyn.cuny.edu  
THURM, JOSEPH Deputy Chairperson, SGS 718-951-5657 2109 Ingersoll Hall thurm @ sci.brooklyn.cuny.edu Call the CIS office @ 718.951.5657

 

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Admission
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Students should apply for admission to the program after they have completed Computer and Information Science 1110 or 1180, and Economics 2100 or Business 2100, but no later than the fifth term of undergraduate work. Applications are considered by the chairperson of the Computer and Information Science Department and the chairperson of the Economics Department on the basis of superior academic records and evidence of scholarly potential. Students must maintain a scholastic index of B or higher to remain in the program.
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Planning the program
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Students must plan their programs before the beginning of the junior year with the assistance of a counselor in each department. Some undergraduate course requirements may be satisfied by advanced placement or exemption examination. Information about the examinations is in the chapters "Admission" and "Academic Standing" of the Brooklyn College Bulletin of Undergraduate Programs.

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Program requirements (140 credits)
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Undergraduate courses (110 credits)
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Computer and Information Science 1110 or 1180, 1050, 3110, 3120, 3130, 4900 or 5001. Students already familiar with PC application software (word processing, spreadsheet software, database management software, and presentation software) may substitute an alternative computing course for Computer and Information Science 1050 with the permission of the chairperson of the Department of Computer and Information Science.

Two courses chosen from the following: Computer and Information Science 3150, 3171, 3810, 3820, 3340, 3345.
With permission of the chairperson of the Department of Computer and Information Science, the student may substitute one of the following courses for any course in this requirement:
Computer and Information Science 3220, 3160, 3320, 3305, 3310.
Business 3400 or Economics 3400 or Mathematics 2501 or 3501 or Psychology 3400.
Economics 3410 or Business 3410 or Mathematics 1201.
Business 3410 or Computer and Information Science 1590 or Computer and Information Science 3800.
Business 3430 or Computer and Information Science 2531.
Business 3120 or Business 3110 or Computer and Information Science 1530 or Computer and Information Science 1597 or Television and Radio 3537.
Business 3200, 3100, 3310, 3170.
Business [80.3] or 4202W or Computer and Information Science 1580W.
Economics 2100 or Business 2100.
Economics 2200 or Business 2200.
Philosophy 3318W or Computer and Information Science 2820W.
Accounting 2001 and 3201.

Additional undergraduate courses in any department or program to bring the total number of undergraduate credits to at least 110.

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Graduate courses (30 credits)
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Three courses chosen from either group (a) or (b):
(a) Economics 7205X or Business 7205X, Economics 7020X, Economics 7021X, Economics 7230X or Business 7230X , or Economics 7060X.
(b) Business 7204X, Business 7210X, Business 7215X or Economics 7215X, Business 7220X, Business 7240X, Economics 7028X.

Four of the following: Computer and Information Science 7200X, 7510X, 7320X, 7500X, 7534X, 7532X, 7362X, 7530X, 7520X, 7540X, 7354X, 7522X. Students who have completed CIS 45 may not include CIS 7510X.

Nine additional credits in 7000-level courses in Computer and Information Science.

Thesis or comprehensive examination under the guidance of the Department of Finance and Business Management or the Department of Computer and Information Science.

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