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Computer Information Systems


What Graduates Docourses

  • Develop and support information systems in business environments
  • Job titles include Programmer Analyst, Systems Analyst, Network Administrator, Systems Management, and Consultant
  • Most businesses employ information systems professionals

Skills Required

Computer Information Systems graduates combine technical, business, and communications skills:

  • Technical - ability to apply procedures, techniques and knowledge of computing to solve problems
  • Business - an understanding of business operations and the ability to “speak the language of business”

Courses Available

If you choose to continue your education after you graduate from McMurry, you can obtain a master’s or doctoral-level degree in Information Systems or Software Engineering or obtain an MBA and move in to management positions such as Chief Information Officer.

Salaries

Careers in CIS offer some of the highest starting salaries. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics job outlook for CIS jobs will grow 15% between 2012 and 2022. The average starting salaries for CIS graduates was $59,800.

Contact Information

Ann Spence