Computer Information systems
The purpose of the computer information systems department is to serve the university in two major capacities. The department strives to prepare students for professional careers in information technology and information systems. In addition, the department prepares the general student body to become productive participants in our information society.
Students majoring in computer information systems will learn the language, techniques, and functions involved in information systems. They will also learn to prepare for an information technology position, advanced studies in computer science, software engineering, or computer information systems, and to continue in information technology professions after graduation.
The Department of Computer Information Systems offers the Bachelor of Science (BS) degree with a major in computer information systems with an emphasis in multimedia or systems development and a major in information systems management.