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The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers a Bachelor of Science in Computer and InformationScience. The Computer and Information Science major provides sound preparation for a career as a computer  professional or for graduate study. It combines a comprehensive theoretical foundation with the pragmatic aspect of designing and implementing computer-based solutions to practical problems. The program also emphasizes the currenttrends in software engineering through an object-oriented approach and Internet/networking applications using Java,Perl, C++, and other Web related software systems, tools, and technologies.The major is available to both day and evening students. Evening students who qualify as intensive students may takeintensive courses to satisfy their Core Curriculum requirements. Small classes facilitate easy interaction with faculty.Based on the student’s career needs the Computer and Information Science major offers the following two emphases:
Software Engineering (SE)
The Software Engineering emphasis combines a comprehensive theoretical foundation with the pragmatic aspect of designing and implementing computer-based solutions to practical problems. Students will be exposed to moretraditional Computer Science breadth and depth in conjunction with using a variety of tools and technologies insoftware engineering.
Management Information Systems (MIS)
Management Information Systems focuses on developing quantitative, computing, managerial, and business skills.This emphasis is suitable for students interested in a computer-related career in a business environment and leads toa wide range of employment opportunities related to computer information and technology management.
Prepares students to develop and manage software projects for business careers.
Emphasis is on practical hands-on experience in project management, software systems, and Web-basedapplications.
Courses are offered in the evening, and/or on weekends.
Computer Science Advisory Council provides connections with Bay Area companies.
Support with internships available to our students.
All students participate in comprehensive research projects with mentoring by faculty.
Small classes facilitate close student-faculty interaction.
Ideal geographic location halfway between San Jose and San Francisco.
CIS1130 – Foundations of Computer Science (4)CIS1130L – Programming Lab (1)CIS1140 – Data Structure and Abstraction (4)CIS2233 – Database Management Systems (3)CIS2235 – Computer Operating Systems and Unix Utilities (4)CIS2243 – Computer Network and Network Programming (4)CIS2245 – Software Engineering (3)CIS2277 – Web Programming I: Client Side (3)CIS2278 – Web Programming II: Server Side (3)CIS2885 - Senior Project (3)MTH2419 – Discrete Mathematics (4)MTH2522 – Probability and Statistics (4)MTH2502L – Excel for Statistics (1) or MTH2503L – SPSS for Statistics (1)BUS2991 – Service Learning Internship (3)
Emphases Courses
CIS2210 - Analysis of Algorithms (3)CIS2220 - Programming Languages (3)MTH1320 – Calculus I (4)MTH1321 – Calculus II (4)
Choose two courses from the following:
CIS 2255 - Computer Graphics (3)CIS2261 - Object Oriented Design andProgramming (3)CIS2886 - Special Topics in Computer Science(3)BUS1000 – American Business: Foundations andPractices (3)BUS2000 - Management Principles andOrganizational Behavior (3)BUS2008 - Legal Environment of Business (3)MTH1214 – College Algebra (3)MTH1322 – Applied Calculus (4)
Choose two courses from the following:
BUS2300 - Marketing Principles (3)BUS2032 - Management Planning and Decision-Making (3)BUS2372 - Business to Business Adverting in aTechnology Environment (3)BUS2600 - Operations and InformationTechnology Systems (3)BUS2608 - Telecommunications Management (3)CIS2886 - Special Topics in Computer Science (3)
For more information, contact:
Dr. Eugen RadianDr. John YoussefiAdmission OfficeChair, Mathematics & ComputerProfessor and Program1500 Ralston AvenueScience DepartmentDirector, Computer ScienceBelmont, CA 94002(650) 508-3539(650) 508-3450(650) 508-3600radian@ndnu.edu jyoussefi@ndnu.edueve.admit@ndnu.edu

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