The Computer Information Systems/Business major combines the core foundational knowledge and skills necessary to compete and be productive in the field of Computing and/or Information Technology with a unique focus on the context of Business organizations and management of computing technology. Integrated within the liberal arts tradition, our practical curriculum guides your journey to a career in the application of business concepts and computing technology through hands-on activities, interactive applications and real-life projects that sharpen your abilities to problem solve and work in teams. Combining both computer and business courses, the degree integrates community outreach and senior capstone experiences that showcase your skills for future employers. A Computer Information Systems/Business degree can be combined with additional concentrations, such as Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence.
Required Core CS courses for the major
Students without previous programming experience must take CS 170; otherwise consent of instructor is needed to take CS 176 and CS 178.