Overview of Bachelor of CIS

The Computer Information Systems program was established in 2001 and received its first batch of students in the academic year of 2001/2002.

The bachelor’s in computer information systems program aims at graduating students ready to occupy professional careers in the fields of Information systems. Students will exhibit strong abilities to apply the acquired knowledge and skills in analysing and designing IT-based solutions, implementing and administering information systems, and to communicate and work in teams.

The program is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) COMPUTING ACCREDITATION COMMISSION to September 30, 2026.

The curriculum is designed carefully to cover general education courses, quantitative analysis or methods courses, computing courses and core CIS courses including Information systems, information systems environment, and graduation project.

Courses have expanded to cover the fields of system analysis, database, system security, web programming, information systems, data mining and data retrieval. All the CIS courses have been stated with goals (general objectives) and specific learning outcomes (course outcomes).

The program includes:

-University Requirements (12 C. H.)

-University Electives (15 C.H.)

-Faculty Requirements (22 C. H.)

-Program Requirements (71 C. H.)

-Program Electives (12 C. H.)