Computer Information Systems
The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Information Systems strikes a balance between knowledge in computer science and business. In addition to taking courses in computer science, students also take courses in business administration and English for enhancing communication skills and knowledge required in a business environment.
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The CIS general education requirements are similar to the CS ones, except that instead of differential and integral calculus, students are only required to take the Pre-calculus sequence. The CIS major has three focus areas (Networking and Information Security, System Analysis and Automation) to better serve the career interests of our students.
Career opportunities for students earning a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Information Systems include software developer, system analyst, information technology manager, web application developer, database analyst, data architect, network analyst, network administrator, database administrator, security specialist, and system administrator.
The Division of Mathematics and Computer Science has established internship programs through the Career Center and with major corporations in the Upstate. Students in their senior year are strongly encouraged to seek internship opportunities at one of the many partnering corporations such as BMW Manufacturing, Michelin and Milliken.