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Computer Information Systems

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.

To earn this degree, you must successfully complete at least 120 credits, including your General Education requirements and the major requirements below.

Major Sequence

A minimum of 30 semester hours of computer science and information systems courses are required for the Bachelor of Arts in Computer Information Systems, including:

CS123Computer Programming I4
CS126Computer Programming II3
CS227Data Structures3
CS231Introduction to Database Systems3
CS450Applications Project3
IS224Introduction to Business Analytics3
IS320Management Information Systems3
Select from the following electives:8
CS225
Computer Architecture
CS326
Survey of Networks & Telecommunications
CS327
Computer Network Administration
IS422
Enterprise Cybersecurity
Total Credits30


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

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.

Minor Sequence

CS123Computer Programming I (or equivalent)4
CS126Computer Programming II3
Four additional courses chosen from among CS courses numbered CS111 and above and IS224, IS320, and IS422.12
Total Credits19



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

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