Updated: July 28, 2015
Quick Links was last updated on July 28, 2015. There will be no future updates of the data. To obtain current information, see the CCIS site as well as Banner and CourseLeaf. The Quick Links site has historical information that goes as far back in some cases as 2009. The site will be maintained for a time in case this historical information is useful.
To see the Degree Requirements for any degree program, click on the title of the degree program below.
To see the semester-by-semester Specimen Schedule for any degree program, click on the word Specimen below.
To see the recent degree Change History for any degree program, click on the word Change below.
The newest version of each Requirements or Specimen page links back to the next earlier version.
Central CCIS degree programs
Combined majors with the College of Business
Combined majors with Cognitive Psychology:
Combined majors with mathematics and the sciences
Combined majors with the College of Art, Media, and Design
Combined majors with the College of Engineering
CCIS Writing Intensive and Capstone Courses
CCIS Writing Intensive Courses
CCIS Capstone Courses
Note: All Capstone Courses are also Writing Intensive
Honors in Computer and Information Science
The goal of the Honors distinction in Computer and Information Science is to encourage strong students to undertake a project or activity in which they may achieve excellence. Projects may range over research, software development, data analysis, or experimental prototyping. Activities may include work with significant social impact or a service learning endeavor. To apply for Honors in Computer and Information Science, the student must prepare a full report or publishable paper and a short executive summary. The student must have a minimum GPA of 3.25. A small faculty committee in the college will make the final decisions as to which students will receive College Honors.
For more information about Honors in CCIS, click HERE.
To contact CCIS about Honors, mail to: email@example.com
Details on the application process will be posted in Fall 2014.
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