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In order to provide relevant work experience, students in the Web Information Systems (WIS) degree program have the option of completing six credit hours via a co-op assignment. The co-op option for WIS is the equivalent of two semester courses, for a total of six credit hours. Students can complete their WIS degree with 120 credit hours, whether they choose the co-op option or not. Because each co-op experience is individually designed, students must inform the Director of the CAP/Co-op program and the WIS Program Chair one semester before they would like to begin a co-op assignment.
The co-op option is an alternative to the WIS 300 - Foundations of Object Oriented Programming course and the WIS internship: WIS 490. Each co-op assignment is one semester long and normally the two co-op assignments span two consecutive semesters with the same employer. In order to be eligible, students must first have completed WIS 306 - Intermediate Web Application Development and have at least 60 credits, plus a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
For additional information on the CAP/Co-op program option, please see the website: www.wilmu.edu/coop/
BBM 350 Introduction to E-Commerce
FIN 300 Applied Concepts of Accounting & Fin.
ISM 420 Data Modeling and Warehousing
ISM 450 Project Management and Practice
MAT 308 Inferential Statistics
MIS 320 Management Information Systems
PHI 314 Ethics for Computer Professionals
WIS 210 Database Fundamentals
WIS 300 Foundation of Object Oriented Programming
WIS 305 Basic Web Appl. Development
WIS 306 Interm. Web Appl. Development
WIS 320 Adv. Web Application Development
WIS 370 User Centered Design
WIS 420 Systems Analysis & Design
All students interested in this degree must have the following prerequisites or their equivalents:
Please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.