Computer Information Systems (CIS) is the study of tools and techniques used to effectively and efficiently transform raw data into useful information. Career paths chosen by students pursuing undergraduate studies in CIS commonly include office administration, general business, web design, software installation and maintenance, software quality control, database management, electronic bookkeeping, network administration and customer support. Students can further their education to pursue a baccalaureate degree in order to obtain careers in programming, system analysis, database design, network design and administration, and security management.

Required Classes

Course Class Credits
CIS 000 Refer to college catalog page 120 to obtain a list of required courses and credits

Specialties

Administrative Office Professional
Administrative Office Assistant
Computer Information Systems