Program type:


On Campus
Est. time to complete:

2-3 semesters
Credit Hours:

Develop your problem solving skills with a minor in Business Computer Information Systems at UNT.
New technological applications are driving the demand for computer and information systems managers who can solve business problems by strategically managing information systems.

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Business Computer Information Systems Minor Highlights

With a student body of more than 8,000 students, the UNT G. Brint Ryan College of Business is one of the largest colleges of business in the nation. Prior to the BLB's construction the college occupied two buildings in their entirety and space in a third.
When you graduate from the G. Brint Ryan College of Business, you join a network of 50,000 alumni. More than 700 of our graduates are CEOs or presidents of organizations.
Our faculty members are outstanding teachers and renowned researchers. They are recognized as thought leaders in the field of information technology and their scholarly works have been published in respected journals.

The Business Leadership Building has Gold-level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification for sustainability — contains 24 classrooms and team study rooms.

UNT business students earned top spots in IBM’s Master the Mainframe contest, the Global Family Enterprise Case Competition and TD Ameritrade’s “thinkorswim” virtual stock-trading challenge
UNT’s proximity opens up a wealth of career, networking and internship opportunities. UNT is nestled in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, home to the nation’s fourth largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies.

Business Computer Information Systems Minor Courses You Could Take

Analysis of Business Information Systems (3 hrs)
An integrated perspective of the problems in today’s information systems environment, concentration on contemporary design methodologies and considerations unique to users of computers and information systems. Topics include current systems analysis, modular design, development and implementation, documentation, project planning and task definition, and other systems analysis topics.
Introduction to Database Applications (3 hrs)
Analysis of file organization techniques and data structures. Consideration of the management of data as a resource. Design of data models and databases in business organizations. Use of database management systems and user-oriented data languages.
Fundamentals of Information Technology Security (3 hrs)
Introduction to the security systems development life cycle and its effects on application development, software engineering, traditional systems analysis and networking. Examines the various components of information privacy and security.
Administrative Problems in Information Systems (3 hrs)
Advanced analysis of business information systems. An integrated investigation of business computer information systems programming and systems development concepts. Use of project management methodologies, concentration on tools and techniques, formal presentations and group dynamics.
Visual Programming for Business Applications (3 hrs)
Business application design and development from the perspective of visual programming technologies. Emphasis on performance characteristics and user interface design considerations.
bject-Oriented Programming for Business (3 hrs)
Introduction of abstract data types, inheritance, object identity, polymorphism as they relate to building business objects and business classes; use of Java programming language depicting the object orientation concepts; use of class libraries and Java packages for business object construction.

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