If you are searching for a versatile program of study with flexible career options, consider Lewis University's major in computer information systems
. This fast-growing field focuses on applications of computer technology in modern business settings.
What will you study as a major in computer information systems
? Topics are varied, but include computer security, web design, network administration, programming and project management. Plus, students learn key business skills.
Lewis University’s Computer Information Systems program
is practical and learner-focused. Students manage projects to gain hands-on experience. Project simulations help students learn critical thinking skills and create an appealing portfolio of work.
With this practical knowledge, students are prepared for successful careers, helping their organizations become more competitive in the global marketplace. Likewise, Lewis' traditional values encourage students to become productive members of their neighborhoods and communities.
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS/BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Total Credit Hours: 128
Major Credit Hours: 67
I. Core Courses (40)
04-200 Basic Macroeconomics (3)
04-201 Basic Microeconomics (3)
23-120 Principles of Accountancy I (3)
23-121 Principles of Accountancy II (3)
24-349 Business Statistics (3)
24-350 Decision Science (3)
25-200 Principles of Marketing (3)
61-200 Principles of Management (3)
61-250 Business Law I (3)
61-300 Business Communication in the Digital Age (3)
61-390 Management Seminar (1)
62-200 Principles of Finance (3)
63-200 Introduction to Information Systems (3)
Select one of the following:
24-230 Finite Mathematics (3)
24-240 Business Calculus (3)
II. Major Area Courses (27)
63-220 Business Programming (3)
63-305 Management Information Systems (3)
63-310 Principles of Project Management (3)
63-315 Systems Methodology and Design (3)
63-330 Database Management Systems (3)
63-415 Web Design Applications (3)
63-430 Data Networks (3)
63-450 Enterprise Security (3)
63-480 Systems Implementation (3)
III. The advanced writing requirement of the General Education curriculum is satisfied by MIS majors by successful completion of Business Communication in the Digital Age (61-300) (3).