The College of Information Sciences (CIS) offers a degree in information systems to help students become better IT professionals.
The program’s website says the program “creates a broad foundation for the future IT workforce by providing an introduction to the principles, processes, and technologies required to develop and deliver information systems software solutions.”
According to the CIS website, students in the Information Systems degree are expected to have experience working with and supporting information systems (IT) systems.
The school’s website states the degree program is designed to “develop and enhance individuals’ skills in designing, building, and managing information systems systems and related software applications.”
According the CIS program website, “information systems (IS) professionals will be empowered by a combination of industry-leading coursework and a rigorous curriculum that provides students with the practical skills necessary to operate a full range of IT-related businesses.”
Students must complete the CIS degree by the end of their sophomore year.
The degree is accredited by the Council on Education and Labor.
According to its website, CIS is “a not-for-profit organization, founded in 1988 by Dr. Richard E. Paine, a former president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
The CIS program is accredited for both undergraduate and graduate degrees by the accrediting agency for information systems at the College of Engineering and Computer Science (CEAS).”
The CIS program provides students the tools to pursue a career in information technology as well as the knowledge and skills necessary for success in a wide range of technical jobs,” the website says.
According to their website, the program also provides a “career path to the top of the job market.”