The Computer Information Systems program prepares students for a career in computer security, database management, project management, systems analysis and design, and programming. With emphasis on aligning course content and assignments with current professional and industry needs, the Computer Information Systems degree enables students to build a strong background in computer information systems and the application of information and communications technology for employment in the information technology field.
In the Applied Business Intelligence course, students learn how business intelligence incorporates the ability to mine data, analyze, and report information. Topics covered include data mining and warehousing, forecasting, analysis, and business decision-making. The course covers the uses of business intelligence software which students are likely to encounter in their business careers.