Computer Information Systems at KWC
A major in computer information systems (CIS) prepares you for conceptualizing, prescribing, developing and delivering leading-edge information system applications that support business processes and management decision making.
A KWC CIS degree will provide you with an understanding of how technology can make a difference in organizations, along with detailed knowledge of information system analysis, design, implementation, operation and maintenance.
The major is broken down into two different areas of emphasis -- Visual Technology (VT) and Information Technology (IT).
Students interested in the VT aspect of CIS will focus more on front-end presentation, such as web design and development. Students interested in the Information Technology aspect of CIS will delve more into networking, databases and how websites actually work behind the user interface. You may also choose to do a general major in CIS.
A CIS minor is designed to enhance any student's academic major and give you essential computer skills to thrive in your area of focus. You will develop your computer terminology as well as hands-on and theoretical computer skills.
This program has been accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education.
The Center for Business Studies offers a computer information systems major leading to a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree. We also offer a minor in computer information systems.
Additional information, degree requirements, suggested four-year plan, and course descriptions are located in the KWC Bulletin (Catalog). Please click here and then access the degree or program via the bookmarks on the left of the page.
Instructor of Computer Information Systems
Administration Building #402