Computer Science and Information Systems
Computer science and computer information systems knowledge is the heart of the digital world. It’s used to develop mobile applications like Snapchat, Instagram and video games, to store and secure data on servers, and to build communication networks. CS degrees focus on software development and systems programming while CIS degrees focus on application development and information technology. CS is best if you’re interested in more of the theory and math behind computer science. CIS is best if you’re interested in developing your communication and project management skills in addition to your technical skills.
Though CS and CIS are different fields, they both require technical knowledge and creative problem-solving skills. Both programs give you hands-on experience in the field through class projects and internship opportunities. CS students complete yearlong senior projects for professional clients. Degree concentrations are open to both CS and CIS majors.
Undergraduate MajorsComputer Information Systems Computer Science Concentration in Computer Game Technology Concentration in Data Science Concentration in Mobile Computing Concentration in Software, Web, and Computer Security
Undergraduate MinorsComputer Game Technology Computer Science and Information Systems Data Science
Graduate ProgramsComputer Science Computer Information Systems Concentration in Computer Game Technology Concentration in Computing Management Concentration in Computational Data Science Concentration in Emerging Topics in CS/CIS Concentration in Intelligent Systems, Databases and Data Mining Concentration in Mobile Computing Concentration in Software Engineering Concentration in Software, Web and Computer Security Concentration in Theoretical Computer Science Concentration in Web Technologies and Systems