Courses

Sub CRSE Title
CIS 150 Revolutionary Literature & Politics
Prerequisites & Notes

Instructor
Rigger

Globalize your semester with a collaborative, comparative look into the history of two world-changing historical events:  the Russian Revolution (100 years old in October 2017) and Japan's 19th century Meiji Restoration.  While the material we will study comes from the past, the course will use cutting-edge digital tools borrowed from the information revolution that is reshaping our world today. 

Satisfies the cultural diversity requirement.

CIS 230 Special Topics Class (CIS 230-250)
Prerequisites & Notes

Instructor
Staff

Topics and course numbers announced in advance of registration.

CIS 330 Special Topics Seminar (CIS 330-350)
Prerequisites & Notes

Instructor
Staff

Topics and course numbers announced in advance of registration.

CIS 331 Applied Values Theory
Prerequisites & Notes

Instructor
Layman

Applied Values Theory

CIS 395 Independent Study
Prerequisites & Notes

Instructor
Staff

CIS 495 Thesis/Capstone
Prerequisites & Notes

(Fall)

Instructor
Lozada

Required weekly common meetings for all CIS majors.

CIS 496 Thesis/Capstone
Prerequisites & Notes

(Spring)

Instructor
Lozada

Required weekly common meetings for all CIS majors.