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Computer Information Systems

About This Program

Computers are everywhere you look—in your car, in your phone, and at nearly every place of business. A B.A. in Computer Information Systems from Georgian Court University can prepare you for a variety of career paths integral to the ways we work and live.

You’ll gain practical, hands-on experience with programming projects, database design, and network management; experience with team-oriented projects; and the foundation for understanding networks and database systems. You’ll be well-prepared to be a cyber security or data analyst, database administrator, information systems manager, or other related position.

Program

To earn a B.A. in Computer Information Systems, you must successfully complete at least 120 credits, including:

  • General Education courses
  • Computer science and information systems courses (30 credits)

For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.

Courses

Computer Science & Information Systems:

  • CS123 Computer Programming I (4)
  • CS126 Computer Programming I (3)
  • CS227 Data Structures (3)
  • CS231 Introduction to Database Systems (3)
  • CS450 Applications Project (3)
  • IS224 Introduction to Business Analytics (3)
  • IS320 Management Information Systems (3)
  • Electives (8; options include):
    • CS225 Computer Architecture (3)
    • CS326 Survey of Computer Networks & Telecommunications (3)
    • CS327 Principles & Practices of Computer Network Administration (3)
    • IS422 Enterprise Cybersecurity (3)

Expand your knowledge of computer programming, systems, software, and other technology tools with a minor in computer information systems from GCU. You’ll discover the foundations of computer science and how to apply them in today’s always-plugged-in world.

Program

To earn a minor in computer information systems from GCU, you must successfully complete:

  • CS123 Computer Programming I (4) or equivalent
  • CS126 Computer Programming I (3)
  • Four additional CS course at the CS111 level or higher

For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.

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