Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems

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The Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Systems are available at the following locations:

About this Program

The B.A.S. Computer Information Systems degree prepares graduates for careers as software analysts, system analysts, programmers, and application software design and engineering work.  This is widely recognized as one of the best career fields, with very high demand.

It is a variation on a traditional computer science degree with more Management Information Systems and applied courses and a lower mathematics requirement. 

This degree is designed for non-traditional students and is particularly well-suited for individuals already practicing in the field who need a degree, while still containing formal and some mathematical components to ensure students have the formal tools to remain current as technologies and systems change.

Students can earn up to 12 credit hours for qualified work experience when seeking the B.A.S. degree, with additional credit possible for specialized training.

Requirements

A Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Systems requires
124 course hours. The major requires 36 hours, of which 18 are upper level.  

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Courses 

Courses will include CIS - Computer Information Systems Courses. 

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