Computer Information Systems

Computer Information Systems concentration courses introduce the student to
business functions, organizations, computer information systems concepts, and practice. Students will develop effective skills to analyze, design, implement, and test computer information systems to support decision-making and transaction processing.

Students selecting the Computer Information Systems concentration are required to complete a two-semester course sequence in Visual Basic programming.  In addition, all CIS students must complete courses in Database Management Systems, Network Administration, Systems Analysis and Design and an Application Development Project.

Learn more about the educational requirements by visiting the University Catalog.

Course Spotlight

CIS 4750 – Decision Support Systems
Design and implementation of computer-based decision support systems. Emphasis will be placed on using EXCEL and VBA for the development of DSSs, decision analysis, data mining, simulation, mathematical modeling and statistical modeling.