Department of Computer Information Systems

Computer Information Systems concentration courses introduce the student to business functions, organizations, computer information systems concepts, and practice. The courses help students 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.

For requirement information regarding the Computer Information Systems concentration please visit the University Catalog.



Dr. Pi-Sheng Deng
Computer Information Systems
Department Chair

Patrick Smith
Information Technology Consultant

Kara Herrick
Computer Information Systems
Department Administrative Support II

Office Contact information

Computer Information Systems
California State University, Stanislaus
One University Circle
Turlock, California 95382
Building: Demergasso-Bava Hal
Building #21: - See Map
Office: DBH 212 - See Map
Phone: (209) 667-3586
FAX: (209) 667-3237

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