Sequence of Courses

The General Business Administration - Computer Information Systems assosiate of applied science degree is designed to prepare students for work in the growing area of computer based Information Systems. Students are prepared to work in an environment where duties may include training, programming, assisting in systems analysis and design, developing and programming interactive web pages and database management. The graduate could be expected to assume responsibilities represented by titles including entry level programmer, entry level web designer/programmer, computer operator, LAN manager, training and support specialist, or computer software technician. Note: All General Business Administration (G.B.A.) students are required to take the Tennessee Board of Regents General Business Administration (GBA) Exam in order to meet graduation requirements.

Course Sequence - First Semester

Course Number Course Name Co-Requisite Pre-Requisite When Offered
INFS 1010 Computer Technology and Applications none none Fall/Spring/Summer
INFS 110 Fundamentals of Web Programming and Design INFS 1010 none Fall
INFS 111 Introduction to Programming Logic Using Mobile Applications (elective) INFS 1010 none Fall
INFS 160 Microcomputer Databases INFS 1010 none Fall/Spring

Course Sequence - Second Semester

Course Number Course Name Co-Requisite Pre-Requisite When Offered
INFS 113 Visual Basic none INFS 1010 Fall/Spring/Summer
INFS 141 Multimedia and Animation for the Web (elective) none INFS 1010 Spring
INFS 192 A+ Software Certification (elective) none INFS 1010 Spring
INFS 210 Advanced Web Programming Using Scripting Languages none INFS 110 Spring

Course Sequence - Third Semester

Course Number Course Name Co-Requisite Pre-Requisite When Offered
INFS 161 Advanced Database Using Microsoft® SQL Server none INFS 160 Fall
INFS 191 A+ Hardware Certification none INFS 1010 Fall
INFS 260 Local Area Networks none INFS 1010 Fall

Course Sequence - Fourth Semester

Course Number Course Name Co-Requisite Pre-Requisite When Offered
INFS 173 Programming in C# none INFS 113 Fall/Spring
INFS 213 Advanced Web Application Programming with ASP.NET none INFS 113 Spring
INFS 261 Advanced Networking and Security (elective) none INFS 260 Spring
INFS 270 Information Systems in Business none INFS 210 Spring

Additional courses from the General Education (ENGL 1010, COM 100, MATH 1530, etc.) and the Business Division Core (ACT 201, BUS 110) are required to earn the General Business Administration - Computer Information Systems Associate of Applied Science degree and can be taken most semesters.