The requirements for your degree are determined by the catalog under which you began studying at Georgia State. However, other policy changes will affect you, so be sure to read through the current catalog at least once per year.
The Department of Computer Information Systems (CIS) requires students to develop expertise in at least one information systems track shown in the undergraduate program diagram. Please see the current version of the curriculum diagram for any changes in the required courses for your track.
Students may take CIS 4970 or CIS 4980 only after completing all required 3000-level business core and CIS courses. In addition, CIS 4980 may only be taken after completion of 15 credit hours of CIS courses beyond CIS 2010. For more details, please visit Georgia State's undergraduate catalog.
We encourage undergraduate CIS majors to participate in an internship. For more information on the process, including identifying and gaining approval for internships, visit the CIS internship web page.