Post University’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems prepares students to work in the world of Information Technology. By taking courses in support of computer technology, courses that investigate user behavior and courses that consider the ethical responsibilities of working in IT, students understand both technology and the people who use technology. Students will often be asked to work in teams as they learn the most effective way to troubleshoot common hardware and software problems. Throughout the program, students will be asked to identify and follow local and global trends in IT.
Graduates could secure entry-level positions as Network and Computer Systems Administrators, Computer Programmers, Computer User Support Specialists (Helpdesk), IT Project Managers, Computer and Information Systems Managers, and Data Center Support Personnel. Students will also be prepared to start graduate studies in information systems.