Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems (Online)
Open new doors to hundreds of fulfilling professional positions in the world of technology and computer science with an online computer information systems degree. Not a single industry has been unmarked by the accelerating growth of technology, and students in computer and technology programs are no longer limited by narrowly defined technological occupations. Rather, CIS majors have the opportunity for employment in diverse fields ranging from public service to nonprofit work, and from traditional business environments to entrepreneurship and innovation.
Given the plethora of employment opportunities in the tech sphere, Loyola University New Orleans provides a CIS degree with two unique concentrations:
- Entrepreneurship Concentration (CIS-E)
- Management Science Concentration (CIS-M)
Both tracks furnish students with the tools they need to understand computer languages and advanced concepts in information systems. Graduates with their BS in computer information systems have the skills to plan, create, deploy, analyze, and improve the systems that businesses use.
the Entrepreneurship program coaches students in key business skills and methods.
Management Science Concentration
The Management Science program provides knowledge in high-level management, from operations to statistics.
Computer Information Systems Curriculum
Flexible online courses taught by experts.
Bachelor of science in computer information systems
Loyola’s online Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems degree consists of 120 credit hours, which includes:
- 48 credits of Major courses
- 39 credits of Loyola Core courses
- 33 credits of general elective courses
Check out the University Bulletin to view further curriculum information and download a degree worksheet.
What can you do with a Computer Information Systems degree?
Discover your full potential.
Loyola’s 100% online Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems degree prepares you for advanced studies (such as in Loyola’s online MBA program) or to enter the workforce in a wide range of careers, such as:
- Web Developer
- Hardware Engineer
- Network Architect
- Information Security Analyst
- Database Administrator
- IT Project Manager
ranked among the best online bachelor's programs.
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