Learn more about UMA’s CIS programs.

UMA currently offers undergraduate degrees, minors, and certificates to meet your educational needs. Students have the option of taking required courses completely online, or through a combination of live, online, and video conferencing.

For courses, course descriptions, policies, and more, browse the UMA Catalog.

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Learning Outcomes

Students who graduate with the Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems will be prepared for careers as programmer/analysts, network administrators, information system developers, and information technology managers.

Graduates will have the following IS skills and related knowledge:

  • Individual and team/interpersonal skills.
    • Personal and interpersonal communication.
    • Legal and ethical aspects of information systems.
  • Systems analysis and design.
    • Approaches to systems development.
    • Information and business systems analysis.
    • Systems development tools and techniques.
  • Software/web development.
    • Advanced programming languages.
    • Systems implementation.
    • Computer technology and science.
  • Business fundamentals.
    • Organizational theory.
    • Accounting principles.
  • Database.
    • Database theory and practice.
  • Project management.
    • Project management theory and practice.
  • Systems integration.
    • IS management.
    • Telecommunications and networks.
  • Mathematics.
    • Analytical and critical thinking.
    • Problem solving/algorithms/proofs.
  • Security.
    • Information systems security.