Computer Information Systems BS

Total Units Required: 120

Computer science students sit at their computers while their professor looks over their shoulder.

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems is a combination of a traditional computer science degree and a traditional business information systems degree. Students complete the core of the computer science degree and the business administration minor. Students perform less software development than a computer science degree and are exposed to several additional topics.

The degree prepares students for a wide range of fulfilling careers from software development to managing the computing systems of large companies. Many Fortune 100 companies employ our computer information systems alumni. Graduates enjoy a strong reputation of hitting the ground running—being productive employees right from the start.

 The Computer Information Systems program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET,