Computer Information Systems (BS)
With a Computer Information Systems degree (CIS), you’ll be equipped with the theory and application of information systems and the ability to use those skills to improve businesses and organizations. You’ll foster an entrepreneurial approach to finding, delivering, and managing technology solutions in a wide range of industries.
- Introduction to System Engineering Using Robotics
- Java Programming
- Security Essentials
- Hardware/Software Concepts
- System Analysis and Design
- IS Strategy, Management, and Acquisition
You can explore paths in:
- Computer programming
- Information systems management
- Operations research analysis
- Database administration
Graduates from the Computer Information Systems degree program are prepared for careers in public, private, governmental, and not-for-profit organizations, and they understand the social, legal, and ethical implications in their field.
You can take…
- Work with real robots in Introduction to Systems Engineering Using Robotics
- Take Security Essentials, where you will learn the principles, skills, and practices to maintain information security in an organization.
- Explore issues and approaches in managing the functions of information systems by taking Information Systems Strategy, Management and Acquisition
- Take Databases, where you will learn the fundamental concepts necessary for the design, use, implementation, and administration of database systems.
You’ll graduate with the ability to…
- Enable computer information systems to support the governance and strategies of an organization.
- Apply appropriate management principles and actions within the CIS area
- Interact with organizational and technology structures of the organization and its partners
- Use, maintain and deploy technology and information systems solutions as part of a team.
- Design appropriate architectural approaches, CIS human interaction capability, and process enablement to improve current systems within the resources available in the organization
- Evaluate existing technology solutions, current alternatives, and anticipated changes in the next five years in order to create value for the organization