Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems

Computer networks and equipment are absolutely essential for an organization’s productivity, and the professionals who keep everything running smoothly are critical parts of the team. You’re a natural problem-solver, and you want to be the go-to person to keep businesses, universities, and other organizations up and running smoothly. A B.S. in Computer Information Systems can get you the head start you need in the exciting, ever-evolving environment of IT. 

You’ll study a carefully configured set of courses combining IT theory with practical information and technology business experiences to give you a well-rounded foundational knowledge. You’ll take courses that investigate user behavior and courses that consider the ethical responsibilities of working in IT. 

In our B.S. in Computer Information Systems degree program, you’ll: 

  • Be prepared for career opportunities in information services support groups, database administration, systems analysis, and application programming, and more
  • Work hands-on in teams to troubleshoot common hardware and software problems 
  • Have the opportunity to participate in internship and cooperative education experiences while you study

Choose a concentration in one of the following:

  • Computer Networking
  • Cybersecurity
  • Software Development

Post University’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems degree provides students core knowledge that is necessary in the computer information systems discipline. Students learn about information systems and information technology at a variety of levels and more importantly learn the relationship between information systems and technology to business and the organizations that they support. As information systems and technology have become intertwined there is a critical need for individuals that can see the big picture and subsequently communicate with all entities in the organization. This program provides the core knowledge and related learning outcomes to create graduates that understand information systems and technology on a variety of levels. Throughout the program, students will be asked to identify and follow local and global trends in IS/IT. Graduates could secure entry-level positions as network and computer systems administrators, software engineers, computer user support specialists, IS/IT project managers. Students will also be prepared to start graduate studies in information systems.

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