The skills gained in the CIS program are relevant across the economic spectrum.

CIS students expand their career opportunities; broaden their knowledge base in computer sciences, systems technology, and programming; develop essential workplace and life skills; and build a network of professional contacts in the information technology sector.

A wide variety of career options exists for the Computer Information Systems professional. A CIS graduate can launch a successful career in any one of the following positions:

Network Systems

  • Administrator
  • Network Manager

Information & Support Services

  • Database Manager
  • Systems Analyst
  • Database Administrator

Interactive Media

  • Web Developer
  • GIS/Computer Mapper

Programming & Software Development

  • Programmer
  • Program Analyst
  • Project Manager
  • Web Designer

While this list is not exhaustive, this set of careers is relevant across the economic spectrum, leaving you with the skills necessary to succeed in a growing technological society and workforce. These careers offer something for every type of professional desire, ranging from people-centric to technology-centric, slow- to fast-pace, and independent environment to team setting.

At the heart of these opportunities are the skills that training in Computer Information Systems provides.

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