Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems
Become an IT Problem-Solver with a Computer Information Systems Degree
This program is offered on Campus and Online.
Businesses of all sizes and across all industries need tech-savvy individuals like you to design, maintain and secure their networks and software. With a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems degree from Post University, you can pursue an in-demand career as a systems analyst, programmer, database analyst or network tech/manager, or start your graduate studies in information systems. If you are inspired by technology and solutions-focused, then a computer information systems degree may be your next step toward a new career.
Our bachelor’s in computer information systems program is a combination of disciplines: Coursework gives equal focus to technology, computer science, and business, as well as how they integrate with each other. As a student in this program, you will work to develop extensive knowledge and skills in computing and mathematics. You’ll investigate every area of computer-based systems, processes, components, and programs. You’ll also cover the ethics and legal matters involved in pursuing a career in this high-tech career field. And because the field is ever changing, coursework also explores global and local trends in the IS/IT world right now, with an eye out for the trends to come.
Part of your academic journey could include some real-world experience. Students of our computer information systems degree often have the opportunity to put their new skills to the test with hands-on internships at companies like the Ford Motor Company, the U.S. government or military, or local computer service corporations.
Whether you take classes online or at our Connecticut campus, you will receive the same personal attention from our faculty and staff. They will help you tailor your degree with a concentration, apply for computer information systems jobs and provide you with discounts on many different certifications, including CompTIA, Cisco, ITIL, and LPI.
What can you do with a computer information systems degree?
Post University’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems will give you the insights and tools you need to pursue a high-tech, in-demand career in just about any industry. Through your understanding of information, networks, programming, and systems, you’ll have the confidence and capabilities to become an integral team member for the IT department.
Upon graduation, you’ll have the knowledgebase and practical skills you need to pursue career opportunities as an IT specialist, applications support analyst, data systems analyst, programmer, database analyst or network technician. Or you can use this degree as a stepping stone toward a graduate degree in computer information systems.
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Computer Information Systems Concentrations
As you progress in the Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems degree program, course curriculum can be customized to your career focus with the concentrations below:
General Computer Information Systems
This flexible option allows you to design your concentration, with one-on-one guidance from your academic advisor.
Based on the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, graduates in this concentration will be prepared to defend organizations and networks from internal and external threats.
Start Your High-Tech Journey
At Post University, we’re focused on your success no matter which concentration you pursue. From the technical skills you’ll learn to the real-world insights our instructors will share with you throughout this computer information systems degree program, we’re here to support you every step of the way.
This career field continues to grow, and so can you. Contact us today for our on-campus or online computer information technology systems degree program.
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