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Information Systems

Degree Programs:

Business & Information Technology Education

Computer Information Systems 

Information and networking technology is an essential component of almost every field of endeavor—whether it’s business, healthcare, science, the arts, law, sports, agriculture, government, education, or many others. Today’s digital networks connect people within organizations, across the nation, and around the world. Whether using handheld, laptop, desktop, or specialized devices, today’s workers have a variety of tools to assist in storing, using, and communicating the information to do their jobs. The demand for professionals who design, implement, and maintain the computer systems and networks that make it all possible continues to grow.  If you enjoy working with people, solving problems, handling new challenges, and using technology to do new things or to improve old ways, a career in IS may be for you!

What Advantages do we offer that will benefit you?
 
Great faculty with real world experience and cutting edge research projects

  • Small Class sizes and more one-on-one attention
  • State of the art technology labs, a wireless campus, student laptop purchase programs, and a alk-in technology support center
  • Education in high demand technologies including Oracle, Java 2EE servers, and website hosting
  • MSDN Academic Alliance

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Careers Slideshow:
CIOs:  IT Hiring Jump Predicted

Employment firm Robert Half Technology has released an IT Hiring Index and Skills Report indicating that technology professionals could see a bump in demand for their skills during second quarter. 


Masters of Science in I.S. Brochure 2009

Jobs & Internships

MSIS Brochure 2009 (pdf)

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