Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems
Loyola University New Orleans

Program Details

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from Loyola University New Orleans is an online computer information systems degree for those interested in careers in computer science and technology.  With this program, grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, you will learn to understand computer languages and advanced concepts in information systems.  Holistic courses that are rooted in the Jesuit tradition teach students to think critically and about the common good as they learn to plan, create, deploy, analyze, and improve information systems that businesses and organizations use.  

This online computer information systems degree allows students to not only choose where and when to study, but also allows them to choose between two tracks, the Entrepreneurship track and the Management Science track.  The Entrepreneurship track focuses on business skills, covering business principles across the primary business fields, combined with technical computer skills.  The Management Science track is interdisciplinary and extremely flexible with the broadest scope of all business disciplines.  This track provides experience in business decision-making, statistics, and operations as students prepare to solve both business and technology related problems.  Regardless of the path you choose, you will be prepared for careers in diverse fields and a wide range of business environments.

Learning Pace


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100% Online

School Accreditation & Licensing

Loyola University New Orleans is accredited by:

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

Program Requirements & Restrictions

Minimum Education

High School or Equivalent

Admission Tests

ACT/SAT, Proof of English Language Proficiency (International Students)

Application Requirements

Official High School Transcript/GED Score

Additional Info

  • ACT/SAT scores are not required of applicants 22+ years of age or those approved for a waiver.