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A Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems is concerned with applications of technology in an organizational context. Subjects covered include communications, networking, business, mathematics and software design. Graduates will be able to pursue careers in IT organizations and other related positions.

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Siena Heights University

The Siena Heights Computer and Information Systems Program is focused on preparing people for the real world rather than just theoretical concepts. We orient our classes ... [+]

The Siena Heights Computer and Information Systems Program is focused on preparing people for the real world rather than just theoretical concepts. We orient our classes such that material that students are learning is attractive to businesses.

The program will incorporate a lot of real-world expertise and experience. Internships are important and are encouraged.

Software development is not necessarily sitting at a computer typing up code. A big part of it is sitting down with users to ensure that the application is going to do what the person wants. Siena’s program will work to develop that in its students.

Siena Heights' dedicated faculty who are practitioners in the field will prepare you for future challenges. All C.I.S. classes are small in size, generally less than 20 students, and meet in a laboratory-style classroom where one-on-one discussion with the faculty is the norm. Your career prospects are strengthened by our on-the-job experiences and senior projects.... [-]

USA Adrian
September 2019
Full-time
Campus
University of Michigan-Flint, School of Management

In general terms, the goal/mission of our program is to provide a solid understanding of the principles of computers and computing not only in the context of problem-solv ... [+]

Computer Information Systems Program (BS)

In general terms, the goal/mission of our program is to provide a solid understanding of the principles of computers and computing not only in the context of problem-solving but also in technical support, education and training and software/hardware management.

In specific terms, given a real-world problem, the student should be able to understand the problem, analyze it, design a solution, and implement the same on a computer with the tools available at hand.

The major in Computer Information Systems will prepare the student for a career in business information systems, as well as a possible career in the management of technical personnel.... [-]

USA Flint
September 2019
Full-time
Campus
Aquinas College

Aquinas offers both Computer Information Systems (C.I.S.) and Management Information Systems (M.I.S.) majors. Each major includes a strong technical base, including progr ... [+]

Why Study Computer Information Systems?

Aquinas offers both Computer Information Systems (C.I.S.) and Management Information Systems (M.I.S.) majors. Each major includes a strong technical base, including programming, operating system, database, and networking foundational knowledge.

The C.I.S. major strengthens each of these skill sets with advanced courses, while the M.I.S. degree combines business skills such as accounting and marketing with the technical skills needed for business application of information systems and technology.

Recent changes to the department have aligned the major requirements with ever-changing industry needs including web design and web services, open-source applications, and a practicum in application design and programming.... [-]

USA Grand Rapids
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus
Aquinas College

The M.I.S. degree combines business skills such as accounting and marketing with the technical skills needed for business application of information systems and technolog ... [+]

Why Study Computer Information Systems?

Aquinas offers both Computer Information Systems (C.I.S.) and Management Information Systems (M.I.S.) majors. Each major includes a strong technical base, including programming, operating system, database, and networking foundational knowledge.

The C.I.S. major strengthens each of these skill sets with advanced courses, while the M.I.S. degree combines business skills such as accounting and marketing with the technical skills needed for business application of information systems and technology.

Recent changes to the department have aligned the major requirements with ever-changing industry needs including web design and web services, open-source applications, and a practicum in application design and programming.... [-]

USA Grand Rapids
September 2019
Full-time
4 years
Campus