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.
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.
|CS123||Computer Programming I (or equivalent)||4|
|CS126||Computer Programming II||3|
|Four additional courses chosen from among CS courses numbered CS111 and above and IS224, IS320, and IS422.||12|
For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.