IS Courses for Fall '17-Information Systems - Carnegie Mellon University

IS Course Requirements & Courses For Fall '17

Professional Core

Disciplinary Core

Content Area


Professional Core

Core Courses

All of the Core Courses must be completed to fulfill this requirement.

67-262 Database Design and Implementation 9 Units Sophomore
67-475 Innovation in Information Systems 12 Units  Senior

Core courses are only offered once per academic year.

Note: Students transferring into Information Systems may substitute 67-344 Organizational Intelligence in the Information Age for 67-250 The Information Systems Milieux.

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Core Electives

6-12 units of the Core Electives are needed to complete this requirement.

67-324 Accelerating Innovation and Entrepreneurship 9 Units
67-327 Web Application Secuirty 6 Units
67-328 Mobile to Cloud: Building Distributed Applications 9 Units
67-329 Contemporary Themes in Global Systems 9 Units
67-344 Organizational Intelligence in the Information Age 9 Units

OR Any Computer Science course above 15-121 with prerequisite

OR Any Human-Computer Interaction course (05-xxx).

OR other pre-approved 67-3xx or 67-4xx which may be offered from time to time. Students wishing to apply such courses to their Professional Core requirement must complete a course substitution application through the IS Academic Advisor. 

OR other pre-approved courses offered by the Engineering & Public Policy Department (19-xxx). 

NOTE: 67-1xx and 67-2xx courses may not be applied to this requirement.

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Disciplinary Core

One course from EACH of the three Disciplinary Core categories are needed to fulfill this requirement.

Professional Communications

* Cross Listings: 70-341 Organizational Communication, 85-341 Organizational Communication, 88-341 Organizational Communication

05-341 Organizational Communication 9 Units
36-315 Statistical Graphics and Visualization 9 Units
51-261 Communication Design Fundamentals 9 Units
70-321 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution 9 Units
70-340 Business Communications 9 Units
70-341* Organizational Communication 9 Units
76-270 Writing for the Professions 9 Units
85-341* Organizational Communication 9 Units
88-341* Organizational Communication 9 Units
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Quantative Analysis & Research Methods

* Cross Listings: 36-208 Regression Analysis, 70-208 Regression Analysis

21-257 Models and Methods for Optimization 9 Units
21-325 Probability 9 Units
36-202 Statistical Methods 9 Units
36-208* Regression Analysis 9 Units
36-217 Probability Theory and Random Processes 9 Units
36-225 Introduction to Probability Theory 9 Units
36-309 Experimental Design for Behavorial and Social Sciences 9 Units
70-208* Regression Analysis 9 Units
80-305 Rational Choice 9 Units
88-251 Empirical Research Methods 9 Units
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Organizations, Policy & Social Science

* Cross Listings: 70-341 Organizational Communication, 85-341 Organizational Communication, 88-341 Organizational Communication

19-403 Policies of Wireless Systems and the Internet 12 Units
67-344 Organizational Intelligence in the Information Age 9 Units
70-311 Organizational Behavior 9 Units
70-332 Business, Society and Ethics 9 Units
70-341* Organizational Communication 9 Units
70-414 Technology Based Entrepreneurship for CIT 9 Units
70-415 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 9 Units
70-420 Entrepreneurship for Scientists 9 Units
70-437 Organizational Learning and Strategic Management 9 Units
85-341* Organizational Communication 9 Units
88-341* Organizational Communication 9 Units
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Content Area

A minimum of 27 units total from ONE of the areas below are needed to fulfill this requirement. No Content Area course may also be used to fulfill a Disciplinary Core or Professional Core requirement.

Business Enterprise Systems

67-240 Mobile Web Design & Development 9 Units
67-301 Networks and Telecommunications 9 Units
67-324 Accelerating Innovation and Entrepreneurship 9 Units
67-328 Mobile to Cloud: Building Distributed Applications 9 Units
67-344 Organizational Intelligence in the Information Age 9 Units
70-332 Business, Society and Ethics 9 Units
70-371 Operations Management 9 Units
70-414 Technology Based Entrepreneurship for CIT 9 Units
70-415 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 9 Units
70-420 Entrepreneurship for Scientists 9 Units
70-437 Organizational Learning and Strategic Management 9 Units
70-443 Digital Marketing and Social Media Strategy 9 Units
70-449 Social, Economics and Information Networks 9 Units
70-460 Mathematical Models for Consulting 9 Units
73-359 Benefit-Cost Analysis 9 Units
73-469 Global Electronic Markets: Economics and the Internet 9 Units
76-391 Document Design 12 Units
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Computing and Information Systems & Technology

05-391 Designing Human Centered Software 12 Units
05-410 User-Centered Research and Evaluation 12 Units
05-430 Programming Usable Interfaces 15 Units
05-431 Software Structures for User Interfaces 15 Units
05-499 Special Topics in HCI 12 Units
16-311 Introduction to Robotics 12 Units
16-362 Mobile Robot Programming Laboratory 12 Units
19-403 Policies of Wireless Systems and the Internet 12 Units
67-240 Mobile Web Design & Development 9 Units
67-324 Accelerating Innovation and Entrepreneurship 9 Units
67-327 Web Application Security 6 Units
67-328 Mobile to Cloud: Building Distributed Applications 9 Units

Any 15-xxx course above 15-121 with prerequisite of 15-112 or higher

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Social and Global Systems

19-403 Policies of Wireless Systems and the Internet 12 Units
67-329 Contemporary Themes in Global Systems 9 Units
70-365 International Trade and International Law 9 Units
70-430 International Management 9 Units
76-386 Language & Culture 9 Units
79-318 Sustainable Social Change 9 Units
88-411 The Rise of the Asian Economies 9 Units

Additionally, other pre-approved courses offered by the Engineering & Public Policy Department (19-xxx) may be used to fulfill the Social and Global Systems Content Area.

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Quantitative Analysis

* Cross Listings: 36-208 Regression Analysis, 70-208 Regression Analysis

21-257 Models and Methods for Optimization 9 Units
36-208* Regression Analysis 9 Units
36-217 Probability Theory and Random Processes 9 Units
36-225 Introduction to Probability Theory 9 Units
36-309 Experimental Design for Behavorial and Social Sciences 9 Units
36-350 Statistical Computing 9 Units
36-401 Modern Regression 9 Units
70-208* Regression Analysis 9 Units
70-460 Mathematical Models for Consulting 9 Units
73-374 Econometrics II 9 Units
88-251 Empirical Research Methods 9 Units
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IDeATe Courses

See the following website if interested in taking an IDeATe course for Fall 2017 – http://ideate.cmu.edu/about-ideate/ideate-courses/