The CIS department offers undergraduate and graduate programs that prepare graduates for the future of technology regardless of what new languages, operating systems, and applications emerge.
We encourage CIS majors to combine their interest in computer science with their studies in other disciplines. For those students who major outside of CIS, the Early Entry to the MS of Information Technology program is a great stepping stone to further career and professional growth.
- B.A. in Computer Science
- B.S. in Computer Science
- Minor in Computer Science
Majors may focus their studies in the following areas:
- Traditional computer science (preparation for graduate work)
- Software development
- Computer hardware
The baccalaureate degree may be pursued as part of the Early Entry Program, where students take an additional year and receive the MS degree in either Information Technology or Cyber Security.
- MS in Information Technology (onsite and online program)
Candidates for the M.S. in Information Technology may concentrate in Management or Computing.
- MS in Cyber Security (onsite and online program)
The CIS Department also offers three online, graduate-level certificate programs. Each certificate requires competition of 15 credit hours (5 classes) each.
- Certificate in Information Fundamentals
- Certificate in Information Assurance
- Certificate in Information Security