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Computer Information Systems (B.S.)

Computer Information Systems (B.S.)

Concentrations
  • Computer Programming Concentration

The B.S. in Computer Information Systems (CIS) prepares students for IS development and support careers in business and government. Graduates of this program are not only technically competent, but understand how to use information technology to facilitate business success. Courses include projects designed to enhance critical thinking, oral and written communications, and teamwork skills. Students are introduced to ethical and global issues by studyng CIS business cases. Typical employment for graduates includes systems analysis, system administration, and application or web development.