The B.S. in Computer Information Systems focuses on using technology as a tool to manage information in a business context. The program includes a core of courses focusing on business programming, systems analysis and design, operating systems concepts, database management systems, networks and data communications, and project management. Students choose a concentration area of information systems courses.
Graduates go on to work in aerospace, banking, computer systems design, financial, government, and insurance. Jobs include computer programmer, investment banker, network administrator, software designer, and systems analyst.
The BS in Computer Information Invormation Systems is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org
Enrollment and Graduation Data
This information is from Spring Term Enrollment.
- 2017: 127 enrolled, 33 graduates
- 2016: 126 enrolled, 21 graduates
- 2015: 128 enrolled, 39 graduates
- 2014: 164 enrolled, 49 graduates
- 2013: 190 enrolled, 38 graduates
- 2012: 190 enrolled, 37 graduates
- 2011: 197 enrolled, 43 graduates
- 2010: 208 enrolled, 29 graduates
These are some of the classes for students in this academic program:
School of Communications and Information Systems
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