Degree Plan/CIS Courses

Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems.

Perhaps more than ever, businesses are in need of employees who can gather, analyze and disseminate data while also handling technology changes as they arise. The computer information systems program at Nicholls State University prepares students to enter such cutting-edge careers by teaching them technical and managerial skills as well as offering students opportunities for hands-on experience.  Aside from their coursework, CIS students at Nicholls experiment with installing and testing local area networks in a specialized computer networking laboratory. As the business world moves more toward a paperless society that increasingly demands data analyses, the demand for computer information systems graduates with experience increases.

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You can also obtain a degree in Computer Information Systems with a concentration of Computer Science.
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You can now also obtain a degree in Computer Information Systems with a concentration in Data Analytics
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Minor in Computer Information Systems

To obtain a minor in Computer Information Systems, students must complete CIS 231 and 15 credit hours to be chosen from CIS electives or ACCT 351 (for a total of 18 credit hours). The program of study leading to a minor in CIS is designed based on student’s professional interest.

Courses in Computer Information Systems

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