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Tom Ahern or Jeff Brady Faculty Advisor/Program Director 575.624.

7212 or 575-624-7368 Telephone Number

Student Name Student I.D. Number

Academic Advisor Name Date

Computer Information Systems Associate of Applied Science Degree Plan Checklist
Please refer to page 31 of the 2009-2011 Catalog for detailed degree plan information.
Advisor’s Notes/Recommendations:  The A.A.S. in Computer Information Systems transfers into a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) Degree at ENMU.  In order to improve student success probability and reduce unnecessary attrition, all students must take the University Skills Placement Test prior to entering the program.  All lectures and corresponding labs must be taken simultaneously.  Student must have an ENMU Campus System cumulative grade point average of 2.0 in order to meet graduation requirements.  Submit a Graduation Application before the close of the semester preceding the expected completion date. Program Requirements:

Starting with the fall semester, follow the degree plan just as it is written.
Credit Hours 4 hrs. 3 hrs. 4 hrs. 3 hrs. 4 hrs. 3 hrs. Grade Semester

University Skills Requirement ENG ENG MATH MATH RED RED 100 101 100 / L 101 100 101 Basic English Skills Developmental Writing
Prerequisite/Corequisite: UNIV 101 or UNIV 102

Basic Math Skills and Lab Basic Algebra
Prerequisite: Satisfactory ACT score or MATH 100/L

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Basic Reading Skills College Reading Skills
Prerequisite/Corequisite: UNIV 101 or UNIV 102

Fall Semester UNIV 101 ENG 102 CIS CIS CIS CIS 101 101L 110 185

Success Skills for College and Career English Composition
Prerequisites: ENG 101 and READ 101 or ACT scores

3 hrs. 3 hrs. 3 hrs. 1 hr. 3 hrs. 3 hrs. 16 hrs. 3 hrs. 3 hrs. 3 hrs. 1 hr. 1 hr. 3-4 hrs 14-15 hrs. 3 hrs. 3 hrs. 6 hrs.

Managing and Maintaining a PC Managing and Maintaining a PC Lab Operating Environments Introduction to Computer Information Systems

Spring Semester MATH 107 CAS CIS CIS CIS ____ 210 120 120L 182 ____

Intermediate Algebra
Prerequisite: Satisfactory ACT score or MATH 101

Employability Skills and Customer Service Introduction to Networking Introduction to Networking Lab
Prerequisite: CIS 110 or consent of instructor

Ethics in Information Technologies Approved Elective ___________________

Summer Session COMM 101 BUS 151

Interpersonal Communication Introduction to Business

Fall Semester CIS 196 CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS ____ 196L 207 207L 211 211L ____ Cisco Academy INTRO Prerequisites: CIS 185 and CIS 120 3 hrs.Managing and Maintaining a PC. consent of instructor Total Hours Required for Associate of Applied Science Degree Approved Electives: CIS 189 CIS 137 CIS 137L CIS 121 CIS 121L CIS 122 CIS CIS CIS CIS 122L 154 155 193/293 Helpdesk Technologies Linux Linux Lab Server+ Server+ Lab Web Server Administrator Prerequisites: CIS 110 and CIS 185. including installation of computer hardware and software. Introduces knowledge of computer hardware/software. The student will learn and apply concepts such as file management. This course is designed to give the student an introduction to operating systems concepts and operation. CIS 110 . One credit hour. and writing. Corequisite: 211L Perspectives in Windows II-Server Lab Approved Elective __________________________ Spring Semester CIS 197 CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS CIS 197L 218 218L 236 236L 230 Cisco Academy ICND Prerequisite: CIS 196. 66 hrs. persuasive. 3 hrs. After completion of this course students will be prepared to take CompTIA’s A+ Essentials and IT Technician certification. 207L. troubleshooting and upgrading. 3 hrs. 1 hr. problem solving. research. 3 hrs. 3 hrs. CIS 101L . how this . Three credit hours. Corequisite: CIS 197L Cisco Academy ICND Lab Managing a Microsoft Network Prerequisite: CIS 210. 3 hrs. career exploration. 15 hrs.Introduction to Computer Information Systems. Three credit hours. 1 hr. exploration of campus resources. critical thinking. 15-16 hrs. Aiding academic and social transition to the University. 1 hr. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: Placement by ACT score or ENG 101. 3 hrs. this required interdisciplinary course focuses on study skills. Three credit hours. 3 hrs. Three credit hours. 3 hrs. Corequisite: CIS 218L Managing a Microsoft Network Lab Network/Computer Security Network/Computer Security Lab Internship Prerequisites: Completion of core requirements. 3 hrs. software installation. Corequisite: CIS 101L.Operating Environments. Corequisite: CIS 122L 3 hrs. Web Server Administrator Lab Oracle Academy I Oracle Academy II Prerequisite: CIS 154. Cisco Academy INTRO Lab Perspectives in Windows I-Client/Workstation Perspectives in Windows I-Client/Workstation Lab Prerequisite: CIS 110 or consent of instructor and CIS 207 Perspectives in Windows II-Server Prerequisite: CIS 207. 1 hr. 1 hr. troubleshooting and upgrading. 3-4 hrs. ENG 102 (ENGL 1113) . including installation of computer hardware and software. Introduces knowledge of computer hardware/software. CIS 101 . After completion of this course students will be prepared to take CompTIA’s A+ Essentials and IT Technician certification. 1 hr. enhanced critical thinking and writing skills.Success Skills for College and Career. literary models. 3 hrs.Managing and Maintaining a PC. Three credit hours. writing narrative. Introduction to computers and technology. social issues for new students. 3 hrs. Must pass with a “C” or better. 1 hr. 1 hr. Special Topics in Computer Information Systems Course Descriptions: UNIV 101 . CIS 185 (BCIS 1113) . 1 hr.English Composition. and introductory networking using the Windows operating systems. Sentence and paragraph grammar. and community building. Pre/Corerequisite: UNIV 101 or UNIV 102. and expository papers. Corequisite: CIS 101.

Corequisite: CIS 120L. This course focuses on router and switch theory and operation including VLANS.Employability Skills and Customer Service. The course is based on the most current server operating system. The course is based on the most current server operating system.Introduction to Networking. CIS 218 . CIS 211 . Three credit hours.Network/Computer Security Lab. This course prepares students to take the Microsoft Certified Professional exam. One credit hour. and career development that are in demand by employers. systems of equations.Perspectives in Windows II . the Internet. and societal issues related to computer use. Prerequisite: CIS 207. This course prepares students to take the Microsoft Certified Professional exam. This course is designed to help students/potential employees recognize and develop positive personal qualities in preparation for successful employment. compatibility issues. This course is designed to give the student the hands-on ability and the knowledge to understand networking. Three credit hours. An internship is required to complete the requirements of the CIS degree. The course is based on the most current client/workstation operating system.Client/Workstation Lab. CIS 236L . Prerequisite: CIS 110. It gives the student hands-on ability and the knowledge to understand and administer the operating system. Three credit hours. and some of the societal implications of computers and related technology. OSI model. Integrated study in the field of business. Corequisite: CIS 218L. and transmission methods. and protocols. Corequisite: CIS 197L. Prerequisite: CIS 207L.Introduction to Business. Prerequisite: CIS 110. This course provides hands-on practice for router/switch configuration and operation including VLANS. CIS 182 . Prerequisite: CIS 210. Corequisite: CIS 207. Corequisite: CIS 211. The course is based on the most current client/workstation operating system. Prerequisites: CIS 185 and CIS 120L. networking protocols and more advanced networking. This course is designed to give students the hands-on ability and the knowledge to understand the Microsoft Network Environment. Emphasis will be given to helping students learn the decision-making process to solve ethical dilemmas.Cisco Academy ICND Lab. networking. One credit hour. networking protocols and more advanced networking. It gives the students hands-on ability and the knowledge to understand and administer the operating system. Three credit hours. compatibility issues. Prerequisites: CIS 196. CIS 197 . One to three credit hours. No prior computer experience is needed. Students will learn about concepts behind Cisco routers and switches. Topics covered include hardware and software. This course introduces networking based on the OSI model. Corequisite: CIS 197. Topics covered include hardware and software.Managing Microsoft Network Environment. Linear equations. CIS 120L .Managing Microsoft Network Environment Lab. Corequisite: CIS 196L. Prerequisite: CIS 185 and CIS 120. This course prepares students to take the Microsoft Certified Professional exam. OSI model. current computer technology and terminology. polynomials and factoring. CIS 196L . It gives the student the hands-on ability and the knowledge to understand and administer the operating system. Corequisite: CIS 236. CIS 120 .Perspectives in Windows I . systems. Three credit hours.Intermediate Algebra. network configurations. security issues. This course provides a hands-on experience in preparation for the Cisco CCNA INTRO certification exam. One credit hour. The development of communication skills necessary for effective interaction with persons on an interpersonal level and in small groups. CIS 207 . CIS 230 .Perspectives in Windows I . One credit hour. Discusses the whole business culture as a dynamic social system. understanding barriers and consequences when making ethical decisions. This course introduces the student to a variety of security concepts. and transmission methods. MATH 107 . effective interpersonal skills.Internship. This course is the last topic in the Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator Certification.Client/Workstation.Server Lab. Corequisite: CIS 120. This course is designed to provide the foundation needed to make appropriate decisions when faced with ethical situations in the field of information technology. Three credit hours. Corequisite: CIS 196. COMM 101 (COMM 1213) . customer service skills. CIS 236 . theoretical dimensions of interpersonal communication. Three credit hours. productivity. Tools and methods of securing a computer and a network are covered. This course introduces the student to a variety of security concepts. network configurations. BUS 151 (BUSA 1113) . CIS 207L .Cisco Academy INTRO Lab. router configuration.Cisco Academy ICND.Server Operating System.Introduction to Networking Lab.Network/Computer Security. This will include . software. and appropriate responses when unethical situations arise. Three credit hours. After completion of this course students will be prepared to take Cisco’s CCNA INTRO certification exam. After completion of this course students will be prepared to take Cisco’s CCNA ICND certification exam. Corequisite: CIS 211L. After completion of this course students will be prepared to take Cisco’s CCNA ICND certification exam. Prerequisite: Satisfactory ACT score or MATH 101 with a grade of “C” or better. Prerequisite: CIS 110 or consent of instructor. Students will study cabling. Three credit hours.Cisco Academy INTRO. This course prepares students for industry certifications. Three credit hours. inequalities. This course prepares students to take the Microsoft Certified Professional exam. Topics include the history of computers. This course prepares students for industry certifications.Perspectives in Windows II . CIS 218L . One credit hour. Prerequisite: CIS 110 or consent of the instructor. Prerequisites: CIS 196. and basics on configuring Cisco routers and switches. CIS 196 . Students will configure switches and routers using Cisco’s CLI (Command Line Interface). It gives the students hands-on ability and knowledge to understand and administer the operating system. CIS 197L . This course is the exam preparation course for the Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator Certification. The basic nature of business in an essentially market-disciplined economic system: the interdisciplinary nature of business and broad administrative principles governing organized human endeavor. One credit hour. security issues. CIS 211L . Tools and methods of securing a computer and a network are covered. This lab course gives the student the hands-on ability and the knowledge to understand networking. One credit hour. Corequisite: CIS 207L. Basic level to serve students majoring in any area of the University.technology is used in business. Corequisite: CIS 236L. rational expressions. It also focuses on the communication skills. ethical standards. Corequisite: CIS 218. Three credit hours. provides opportunities for practical application. and graphing. quadratic equations. CAS 210/CTE 210 .Ethics in Information Technologies. One credit hour.Interpersonal Communication.

CompTIA has revised their Linux+ Certification to meet industry demands by reducing its focus on hardware terminology and increasing its focus on the configuration of network services and security. a conceptual representation of an organization’s information. FTP. One credit hour. The course will equip all students with the information necessary to remain current with industry changes. administration. SCSI. Three credit hours. a final project.Linux.Helpdesk Technology. This course is based on CompTia Server + Certification Examination. One credit hour. Three credit hours. as well as how to resolve folder and file issues. Approved Electives: CIS 189 . CIS 137L . This hands-on lab is designed to help students successfully pass CompTIA’s Linux+ Certification exam. Prerequisite: Completion of core requirements.Linux Lab. and troubleshooting. Three credit hours. This course is designed to help students successfully pass CompTIA’s Linux+ Certification exam. Focuses on advanced hardware such as RAID. Corequisite: CIS 121. CIS 122 . the industry-standard database programming language. Web Server Administrators manage and tune corporate e-business solutions and infrastructure including Web.Web Server Administrator Lab. Prerequisites: CIS 110 and CIS 185. Focuses on advanced hardware such as RAID. A database design and programming course where students learn to analyze complex business scenarios and create a database model. Corequisite: CIS 121L. CompTIA has revised their Linux+ Certification to meet industry demands by reducing its focus on hardware terminology and increasing its focus on the configuration of network services and security. news and mail servers for midsize to large businesses. CIS 154 .Web Server Administrator.Server+ Lab. configuration. SCSI. As announced. Hands-on application of knowledge in server and network administration tasks and tools implemented by IT professionals. and troubleshooting. This course is based on CompTia Server + Certification Examination. Corequisite: CIS 122. Corequisite: CIS 137.Topics in Computer Information Systems. This is a vendor neutral certification which focuses on obtaining hands-on experience with server hardware. One to three credit hours will be given depending on the nature of the work. multiple CPUs and SANs. The course will equip all students with the information necessary to remain current with industry changes. consent of instructor. and instructor/departmental discretion. In addition. configuration. Corequisite: CIS 137L. This course is designed to provide an overview of the different types of helpdesks that exist as a single point of contact for managing customers’ problems and the varying roles and skills required within a typical helpdesk. CIS 121 . administration. the course will cover how to troubleshoot Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office desktop applications. CIS 155 . Three credit hours. One credit hour.actually working with computers in the workforce. Web Server Administrators manage and tune corporate e-business solutions and infrastructure including Web. news and mail servers for midsize to large businesses.Server+. Focuses on server and network administration tasks and tools implemented by IT professionals. CIS 122L . Prerequisites: CIS 110 and CIS 185. CIS 121L . A database programming course with SQL where students implement their database design by creating a physical database using SQL. (May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor and administrative approval. Corequisite: CIS 122L. Three credit hours. multiple CPUs and SANs. CIS 193/293 . One to nine credit hours. Three credit hours.Oracle Academy II.) .Oracle Academy I. managing application updates and upgrades. FTP. Prerequisite: CIS 154. CIS 137 . This is a vendor neutral certification which focuses on obtaining hands-on experience with server hardware.

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