Web Technology Utilization Emphasis, BIS
Students must complete the following plan of study. 33 hours of required courses:
|AR 223||Graphic Design I||3|
|AR 321||Photoshop Imaging||3|
|CM 101||Computer Concepts and Applications||3|
|CM 111||Introduction to Structured Programming||4|
|CM 113||Visual Programming||3|
|CM 130||Web Development I||3|
|CM 330||Web Development II||3|
|MM 202||Creative Media Writing||3|
|MM 321||Visual Communication||3|
|MM 372||Filmmaking I||3|
|IS 389||Integrated Studies Capstone Proposal||1|
|IS 390||Integrated Studies Capstone||1-7|
|Approved AR/CM/MM Electives|
|Select 21 credit hours of the following (at least 18 must be upper division):||21|
|2D Design: Digital Elements|
|Graphic Design II|
|Photoshop Imaging II|
|2 & 3-D Digital Animation|
|Workshop in Art Media|
|Digital Forensics I|
|Computer Organization/Assembler Language|
|Contemporary Programming Methods|
|Networked Systems I|
|Data Structures & Algorithmic Analysis|
|Operating System & Networking Concepts|
|Networked Systems II|
|Introduction to Mass Media|
|Public Relations I|
|Required Correlated Courses|
|BU 250||Management Information Systems||3|
|EN 208||Professional Writing||3|
|CN 150||Public Speaking||3|
|or CN 341||Persuasive Speaking|
Students interested in obtaining more information about the Bachelor of Integrated Studies should contact the College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s office or the Director of the Program.
- Grade of “C” or better required for designated courses in the ISP/MDSP.
- ISP/MDSP consists of at least 30 graded hours, including 12 hours 300-400 level courses and a capstone project (IS 389 Integrated Studies Capstone Proposal and IS 390 Integrated Studies Capstone or substitute approved by ISAC).
- Courses applied to the General Education distribution requirements may not also be utilized to meet ISP/ MDSP requirements.
- All requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree must be met with the following exceptions: no major requirements; no foreign language requirement.