Minor in Computer Information Systems

Develop a theoretical background in information systems with intense exposure to computer programming and the functional applications of computers in the business world.

Because our economy relies heavily on computers in the workforce, a minor in computer information systems complements many other degrees.

You choose the areas within computer information systems and science that best support your degree and future career. You can study software development and databases or learn to program in Java, C++, or Python. You can select courses in operating systems and networking for business as well as web programming and information systems security. You can even choose computer science courses like computer graphics and artificial intelligence.

The computer information systems minor is a great choice for students majoring in mathematics or science. It also works well with business administration, innovation and entrepreneurship, management and marketing majors.

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