Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems
The Albertus Magnus College Computer Information Systems (CIS) program in the Tagliatela School of Business and Leadership is designed for students looking for positions in a variety of technology-rich business settings. The CIS program equips students with the skills to effectively integrate technology across industries and to empower organizations to maximize the benefits of 21st century tools.
Why Study Computer Information Systems at Albertus?
Where will this degree take me?
Employment of computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow 12% between 2014 and 2024 - faster than the average for all occupations.
日本一本道a不卡免费The average annual wage for computer and information technology occupations was $81,430 in May 2015 - more than double the average annual wage for all occupations.
Examples of Popular CIS Careers
Earn Your Degree With Our Accelerated And Flexible Courses
日本一本道a不卡免费Bachelor's of Computer Information Systems is offered in our new FLEX format.
With the FLEX format, you can choose to take each class in either a blended or online format. Each time you register for a new course, you can choose one of these formats:
- Blended - Classes run for eight weeks with a combination of one on-grounds session at our New Haven campus and one online assignment each week from the comfort of your home or office. Students who choose this option often enjoy the best of "both worlds" as they benefit from in-class discussion with their classmates and professors while maintaining the convenience of working on projects and assignments from home.
- Online - Online or Distance Learning classes run for eight weeks with two online "sessions" each week that you can "attend" from the comfort of your own home or office. All weekly assignments are offered asynchronously, meaning you have the ability to work on them at your own time and pace.
All students completing the Computer Information Systems major will complete 51 credits in CIS consisting of 11 required courses and 6 CIS electives.
CIS Required Courses (33 Credits)
The other electives need to be listed for those students who do not want to do the Cybersecurity Concentration. Also, the new course numbers need to be added above and to the descriptions