With this degree, you can work as an infrastructure architect, a quality assurance specialist, project manager, a programmer or a systems analyst. You’ll study the role of information systems in organizations, including the use of information technology for strategic decision making and competitive advantage, effective and efficient electronic business and electronic commerce strategies. You’ll manage projects, taking into consideration budgetary constraints, as well as ethical and legal concerns.
Many of our faculty members are renowned leaders in their field, and our student-to-faculty ratio ensures you receive personalized mentoring. Our computer information systems program is one of only a few accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.
The internship requirement ensures you’ll gain relevant, hands-on experience. Recent internship sites include Aetna, BBC America, Cigna, Credit Suisse, The Hartford, Travelers, United Technologies and the Veterans Administration.
Curriculum and Requirements
BS in Computer Information Systems Curriculum
As with all programs within the School of Business, students must meet the requirements of the University Curriculum, the School of Business core curriculum, and the specific requirements of the major for a total of 125 credits:
|Business Core Curriculum|
|Complete the Business Core Curriculum||46|
|Complete the University Curriculum for School of Business||37|
|Computer Information Systems Core|
|CIS 125||Systems Analysis & Design||3|
|CIS 245||Object-Oriented Programming||3|
|CIS 301||Enterprise Systems||3|
|CIS 351||Database Programming and Design||3|
|CIS 440||IT Project Management||3|
|CIS 484||Information Systems Internship||3|
|CIS 490||Computer Information Systems Capstone||3|
|Select 9 credits||9|
|Select 12 credits||12|