William B. Greene Jr., School of Business & Technology
CIS is now IS! UPDATED CURRICULUM with concentrations in web development, systems development and management, and CyberSecurity.
The major in information systems (IS) (previously Computer Information Systems) is designed to prepare students for careers as programmers/analysts, lead programmers, management information systems directors, security and network directors, and systems project leaders for applications in business, industry, and government.
Course work in this major emphasizes systems analysis and design, programming, and information assurance while offering courses in cyber security, systems design, and web development. It is recommended that students with a major in information systems complete course-work in a business-related area.
It is available as a B.A., B.S., or minor.
A Top Field for Proven Growth
The information systems (IS) major, a requirement for many information systems (IS) positions, is designed to prepare students for a wide variety of careers, such as programmers, network managers, management information systems directors, and systems project leaders for applications in business, industry, and government. Even in a difficult economy, careers in information systems (IS) are ranked among the top fields for expected growth. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that several careers in the computer field requiring a bachelor’s degree will grow faster, through 2016, than other occupations requiring the same level of education.
Our graduates have careers in fields such as:
- business analyst
- network management and monitoring
- desktop equipment support
- project manager
- web designer
- software development
- systems engineering
- application development
- … and more!
IS 185 – Principles of Information Systems
IS 201 – Hardware/Software Fundamentals
IS 211 – Programming Logic
IS 230 – Information Assurance
IS 297 – Object Oriented Programming – C#
IS 305 – Database Management
IS 341 – Systems Analysis and Design
IS 420 – Networking and Communication
3-hour elective in IS or CS
View all details and course requirements for this program in the Milligan College Catalog (link below). The Milligan College academic catalog is the official, authoritative source for all academic requirements and policies. Any discrepancies in curricular requirements from other sources will default to the Catalog.
Early Acceptance Program: MSIS
The Early Acceptance Program (EAP) provides Milligan College undergraduate students with a unique financial and academic opportunity to apply and commit early to the MSIS in order to receive lower tuition rates and secure their spot early in the program. Learn more »