The online Associate of Science in Computer Information Systems provides instruction in programming languages such as Visual Basic, Java and C++ and how to identify software systems. In addition, students will develop their critical thinking and problem identifying/solving capacity and learn how to design, implement and document the system and software development cycle.
Opportunities for a graduate with a degree in Computer Information Systems include entry-level positions in Program Analysis, Database Development, along with Support and Marketing Analysis.
Official transcripts of high school graduation or GED equivalent (if fewer than 24 semester credit hours at an accredited institution). Official transcripts of all regionally accredited higher education institutions attended. Official records for any advancement exams, including CLEP, GED college-level examinations, and /or DANTES, USAFI examinations.
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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