ABOUT THIS DEGREE
Students who pursue the degree in Computer Information Management will learn the skills needed to make a positive impact on society and businesses using technology. The US Department of Labor projects employment of computer and information technology occupations to grow 12 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations. These occupations are projected to add about 546,200 new jobs.
CIM students at Life University 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. Students will learn to create mobile apps, interactive websites, and databases for business and healthcare organizations. They will also earn the security skills needed to protect users, companies and health data.
Life University’s CIM degree stands out from other university’s by integrating certification opportunities by companies like Microsoft, Oracle, CIW and CompTIA. In fact, the CIM program is approved by CompTIA as a CompTIA Academy, which helps students pursue certifications while they take their classes!
And best of all, the CIM 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 disabled public-transit users. There’s even a Life University CIM alumnus working at Microsoft! So, come earn Life University’s CIM degree and make a difference in lives and organizations through creative technology systems.
- Software Developers
- Database Administrators
- Web Developers
- Cybersecurity Analyst
- IT Project Manager
- Computer Systems Analyst
- Health Information Managers
Other Relevant Information
Life University offers the Associate degree and Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Management on campus. LIFE is conveniently located in Marietta, Georgia, part of the thriving Atlanta metro area, and is only 35 minutes from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. To learn more about our online program, visit LIFE.edu/academic-pages/undergraduate/.
For more information on degree specifics, requirements and curriculum offerings, please visit Life University’s Computer Information Management page.
Employment of computer systems analysts is projected to grow 9% from 2016 to 2026.
The median annual wage for network and computer systems administrators was $90,920 in May 2019.
Business Administration and Computer Information Management
“I did my research on LIFE and realized that it is number one ranked in rugby, and I thought it would be great for me, so I applied. And now, I’m here at LIFE pursuing two bachelor’s degrees – Business Administration and Computer Information Management.”
“I’ve always been interested in finance, accounting, the economy and how money works, so I decided that business administration and computer technology were my best options to go into the corporate world. I’m very interested in technology and think that Silicon Valley would be a great place to work, or maybe become a stock broker and go into trading.