CIS is an integrative field. CIS professionals are the "communication bridge" between business needs and technology. This means that you will have to understand how to figure out how things work, solve problems, find things out, communicate what you found, and learn a lot of new things on a regular basis. It's a dynamic field, and it takes dynamic people to do well in it. People who can think fast, work hard, and balance a lot of things should really think about CIS.
The official degree requirements are in the Bulletin Listing. Please check that link for the list of approved Liberal Arts electives
This degree offers optional Concentrations in Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity.
See the Major Map Repository for all maps from 2017 to now.
Old Curriculum sheets
Approved SCIence Courses
CIS majors can count for the major any of the Carolina Core SCI courses that are 4-credit hours (or 3 + 1) and have a Lab component. A total of 8 credit hours is required (2 classes).
See the Accreditation page.