Mathematics & Computer Science
Computer Information Systems
Information technology has become a major component of how businesses function in the modern world. Thus, companies from a myriad of industries are looking for professionals with a combination of technical skills and business knowledge.
The CIS degree examines how modern hardware and software systems are organized and work together by teaching students how to relate to and utilize computer systems and apply them to solving these real-world problems. The courses cover a broad range of topics ranging from coding in many languages such as Java and C++ to Database Design and Computer Architecture.