A Bachelor’s in Computer Information Systems focuses on the practical applications of technology in a work environment and how best to apply them. To cover all the subjects needed to learn this skill, courses such as business, networking, software design, and mathematics are taught.
The Bachelor’s in Computer Information Systems requires the successful completion of 120 semester hours, including the Program of General Studies.
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