B.S. in Computer Information Systems
The 128-credit B.S. in Computer Information Systems degree focuses on the study of designing and applying computer and networked information systems and applying information technology to support the major functions of an organization. Computer Information Systems (CIS) manage the collection, manipulation, storage, security, distribution, and utilization of an organization's computer information. The B.S. in CIS program will help undergraduates prepare for the diversity of career paths in various industries, which include: business, government, healthcare, science, education, non-profit, and community organizations. In addition, the program will introduce timely and topical courses which will benefit the undergraduate students in the department of Technology, Innovation, and Computer Science.
The B.S. in Computer Information Systems prepares students for technical, administration, and management careers in the analysis, design, development, implementation, maintenance, support, operation, and management of computer and networked information systems.