Computer Information Systems (CIS) is at the forefront of economic growth in the United States. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 400,000 new jobs are projected to hit the market in this sector in the next decade.
As the economy becomes more and more dependent upon information and computation, a degree in Computer Information Systems places you ahead of the curve. CIS professionals not only have the technical know-how, but they can apply that know-how to solve real-world problems.
UMA’s Computer Information Systems program provided me with the flexibility to focus my learning on topics I needed to succeed in my career. Top-notch teaching and guidance by instructors combined with a wide selection of courses creates a beneficial learning experience.
– Nathaniel Laclaire, ’15