Computer Information Systems, A.S.
Unlock the future with our Computer Info Systems program. Get hands-on experience for a tech-savvy career.
About the Program
- CIS specialists handle a wide range of tasks, from keeping computer networks secure to managing internet operations and overseeing all computer-related activities for the companies they work for.
- This program equips you with a broad understanding of computers and the skills you need to use technology effectively in the business world.
Discover a dynamic career path in Computer Information Systems. Explore security, networking, and more.
After successfully completing this program, you will have the ability to:
- Understand and use basic IT skills in the areas of office productivity applications, computer programming, networking, and Web programming.
- Design computer applications.
- Create procedural computer applications.
- Create object-oriented computer applications.
Explore program requirements and get started on your journey. For in-depth details, check our catalog.
Navigate your path with our program map. Plan your course to success. More info in our catalog.
Looking for a way to network with other business students? Phi Beta Lambda affords many opportunities to connect. For more information speak with any business faculty or stop by the Student Life office on campus.
Please contact the Program at 918-595-7639.
Careers in Computer Information Systems
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