COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

A Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems prepares you to professionally and competently utilize information technology solutions and business processes to meet the information and technology needs of businesses and other organizations. The growth in cloud computing, information security, and data collection and storage, means that employment opportunities in the field are growing at a faster-than-average rate.
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Dr. Kathy Dunning
Dean, School of Business
251.442.2281
kdunning@umobile.edu

Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems

As a CIS major, you will become skilled in programming, information management, database management, systems analysis, and other current aspects of computer information technology.

Some characteristics of professionals in the computer information systems field are strong technical and problem-solving skills, the ability to work well under pressure, management and teamwork skills, plus curiosity and an eagerness to learn.

Concentration offered in: Cyber Security

The Integrated 5-Year MBA program is a 5-year fast-track program that culminates in graduates earning two degrees:

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems
  • Master of Business Administration

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PROGRAM BENEFITS

 - Small 13:1 student-faculty ratio means you have small classes and individual attention from School of Business faculty
- Be out in front of the technological revolution and today’s e-commerce environment that defines business today
- The Integrated 5-Year MBA allows students to graduate with both a Bachelor of Science in computer information systems and Master of Business Administration in just 5 years

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES


Information Security Analyst
Network Administrator 
Business/Systems Analyst
Web Developer
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“Our CIS program is the perfect marriage between business transactions and technical applications. Students learn how technology facilitates the most basic of business operations and promotes success in any organization.”

Kathy C. Dunning, DBA, CMA, CSCA, CFM
Dean, School of Business
Program Coordinator, Accounting
Associate Professor of Accounting


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