Feb 20, 2024  
2023-2024 
  
2023-2024

Computer Science - Management Information Systems, A.S.


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If you are organized and analytical and interested in playing a role in company management, a career in Management Information Systems (MIS) could be right for you. MIS is a planned system of collecting, processing, storing and giving out data in the form of information needed to carry out the functions of a company’s management team. It involves analyzing computer-stored data relating to employees, business documents, technologies and procedures and using that data to aid in business decision-making processes. This career field is made up of a unique blend of computer system and business knowledge.

OCCC provides a strong foundation in management information systems with excellent transfer to the University of Oklahoma and other four-year colleges and universities.

Program Notes

Notes: This program is designed for students planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. See the front general section for information and requirements about University Parallel/Transfer Programs. Must have a grade of “C” or higher in all Computer Science courses.

Minimum of 62 Credit Hours


Course Grouping


*Transfer to University of Oklahoma requires either CS 2163  or CS 2453 
*Transfer to Oklahoma State University requires CS 2163 
*Transfer to University of Central Oklahoma requires CS 2453  

***Recommended to check with an advisor at university to which students plans to transfer regarding Math

**** The University of Oklahoma requires MATH 2123 

Major Courses


(9 credit hours)
Computer Science

General Education Courses


(37 credit hours)
Biological Science

The University of Central Oklahoma requires a four credit hour Biological Science with a lab

  • Any general education biological science except BIO 1023  
Computer Science

Humanities

  • Humanities Electives 6 Credit Hours
Political Science

Social Sciences

One of the science courses must include a lab component.

Life Skills Courses


(1 credit hour)

Support Courses


(15 credit hours)

Term 3


Term 4


  • PHYS - Any Physical Science 3-4 Credit Hours
  • BIO - Biological Science 3-4 Credit Hours

Term 9


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