Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems
The Albertus Magnus College Computer Information Systems (CIS) program in the Tagliatela School of Business and Leadership is designed for students looking for positions in a variety of technology-rich business settings. The CIS program equips students with the skills to effectively integrate technology across industries and to empower organizations to maximize the benefits of 21st century tools.
Why Study Computer Information Systems at Albertus?
Where will this degree take me?
Employment of computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow 12% between 2014 and 2024 - faster than the average for all occupations.
The average annual wage for computer and information technology occupations was $81,430 in May 2015 - more than double the average annual wage for all occupations.
Examples of Popular CIS Careers
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Program Of Study (51 Credits)
Computer Information Systems Major (51 credits)
CIS 170 Operating Systems Concepts
CIS 172 Database Development
CIS 174 Introduction to Programming
CIS 276 Systems Analysis and Development
CIS 325 Data Communications
CIS 330 Issues in Computer Ethics
CIS 379 Management of the IS Function
CIS 382 Computer Networks
CIS 383 Internet and Web Publishing
CIS 385 Information Systems Security
CIS 388 Project Management
CIS 393 Senior Computer Project
Five of the following courses:
CIS 115 Computer Essentials
CIS 171 Spreadsheet Development
CIS 252 Special Topics
CIS 278 Advanced Database Development
CIS 301 Technology and the Arts
CIS 315 Healthcare and IT
CIS 320 Computer Forensics I
CIS 321 Computer Forensics II
CIS 380 Internship
CIS 386 Advanced Website Development
CIS 387 Electronic Commerce
CIS 390 Independent Study
BE 135 Business Communications
BE 161 Financial Accounting
BE 391 Business Policy Seminar
MG 131 Principles of Management
AR 114 Graphic Design I
AR 201 Introduction to Computer Art
The minor in Computer Information Systems is designed to allow the non-major an opportunity to specialize in Computer Information Systems. A maximum of two courses are allowed to be utilized from another area requirement.
- CIS 115 Computer Essentials
- CIS 379 Management of the IS Function
Four additional CIS courses selected in consultation with the Director of the CIS Program.