BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Computer Information Systems & Technology
On campus or Online
Students who pursue a degree in Computer Information Systems and Technology will learn the skills needed to make a positive impact on society and businesses utilizing information systems management.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY
“From an education perspective, the Computer Information Management [now Computer Information Systems and Technology] major helped me. It’s not super specific in one area, but you get a really good overview of that world in a lot of different ways – a bit of programming, a bit of information systems, design and that kind of stuff.”
Matthew Mairowitz, B.S. in CIST & B.B.A.
B.S. Computer Information Systems & Technology
What You’ll Learn
#1 – Learn hands-on skills that transform them from computer users into technology developers, creating web and software solutions that make organizations and customers more productive, connected and satisfied.
#2 – Create mobile apps, interactive websites, and databases for business and healthcare organizations.
#3 – Earn the security skills needed to protect users, companies and health data as they learn to navigate multiple areas of information systems management.
Life University’s CIS&T degree stands out from other university’s by integrating certification opportunities by companies like Microsoft, Oracle, CIW and CompTIA. In fact, the CIS&T program is approved by CompTIA as a CompTIA Academy, which helps students pursue certifications while they take their classes!
And best of all, the CIS&T degree applies the University’s vitalistic philosophy with alumni who have created fitness apps, health websites and positive social change systems, such as software for public-transit users with disabilities. There’s even a Life University CIS&T alumnus working at Microsoft! So, come earn Life University’s CIS&T degree and make a difference in lives and organizations through creative technology systems.
For more information on degree specifics, requirements and curriculum offerings, please see the Academic Catalog.
- Software Developers
- Database Administrators
- Web Developers
- IT Project Manager
- Computer Systems Analyst
- Health Information Managers