Bachelors of Businss Administration / Computer Information Systems Concentration
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The Division of Business and Technology offers the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a concentration in Computer Information Systems. The Computer Information Systems (CIS) major is designed to prepare the student for a career in business applications of computing technology and develop the proper background required to pursue graduate work in Computer Information Systems.
The CIS program also prepares students to manage all aspects of computer information systems. Graduates are trained to provide the link between users in daily business situations and the technical world of computers. They are trained to use computer technology in the application of business principles to data-driven decision making. This concentration requires students to combine extensive work in both computer information systems and business.
Career Opportunities for Computer Information Systems Majors
Computer Information Systems graduates have a wide variety of career opportunities in various fields such as engineering, medical, and other scientific fields in addition to business. Professionals in the computer information systems industry are sought to test, market, sell, or service computer products including hardware, software, and systems.
Graduates of the Computer Information Systems program will:
For more information about the Computer Information Systems Program, please contact the following Computer Information Systems faculty listed below:
Mr. Samuel Tabi
Mr. Daff Kalulu
Mr. Tikum Teboh
Halbana Tarmizi, Ph.D.
Average class size: 20 students (Fall 2011)