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B.A./B.S. in Computer Information Systems (CIS)

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FAST FACTS: B.A./B.S. Computer Information Systems (CIS)

  • Preparation for work in a variety of IT-related careers
  • Concentrations available in business analysis, cyber security, data analytics, health informatics or software development. Or you can create a custom concentration that allows you to use transfer credits and/or credits for prior life experience.
  • 100% online format, complete the program in 2-3 years* depending on transfer credits
  • 128 total program credits

Tuition: $395/credit*


* Tuition rates are for the 2020-21 academic year. Additional fees and costs for course materials may apply. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on transfer credits and individual program plans. Tuition rates are subject to change. 

Earn a degree that leads to a full spectrum of
career opportunities

The 100% online Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems (CIS) offers students a flexible and affordable path into this rapidly evolving career. Graduates of the program will be skilled in the following areas:

  • Analysis, design and construction of solutions to simple and complex problems.
  • Evaluation, selection and application of methods and software tools to meet organizational needs.
  • Communication of ideas through oral presentations, written documents and software documentation.
  • Working effectively as a member of a team to complete a project under project management direction.
  • Articulation and application of personal and organizational values within the context of professional codes of ethics.
  • Researching, learning and applying new technologies and/or methodologies.

Computer Information Systems (CIS) graduates are prepared for a variety of IT-related careers, from app developer, to business analyst, to cybersecurity analyst. And, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary for Software Developers with a bachelor's degree is $107,000.

Career outlook

Computer Information Systems (CIS) graduates are prepared for a variety of computer-related careers which according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics are all expected to grow faster than average from 2019-2029.

  • Software Developers: 22% increase with an average salary of $107,000
  • Cybersecurity Analyst: 31% increase with an average salary of $99,000
  • Systems Analyst: 7% increase with an average salary of $90,000
  • Database Administrator: 10% increase with an average salary of $93,000

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Scholarships

Study Buddy Scholarship
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Meaningful Work Award
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Info Sessions

  • Helen Maves

    "The CIS program at The College of St. Scholastica gives you the opportunity to study many different areas in computer science, preparing you for a variety of jobs in the technology industry. It is a wonderful program that stays up-to-date, in a fast-moving world."

    – Helen Maves, '18

  • "I’m a completely different person because of St. Scholastica; I have a sense of purpose, a sense of direction and a real sense of myself"

    – Hope Haugstad, '16

  • Leo Alcantar

    "I really like the program I’m in at St. Scholastica — it mixes the liberal arts with technical studies, which broadens the worldview of students. Especially in the technology field, if you learn about other areas and communities, it gives you ideas about what you should create."

    – Leo Alcantar

 

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