Business and Computer Information Systems
Information systems jobs are not just about programming or sitting in a cubicle all day. At Edgewood College, you’ll learn how to put your cutting-edge computing and programming skills to work providing solutions to real-world business problems. The Business/Computer Information Systems degree offers a unique combination of computing skills and a background in business that will give you an advantage in competing for positions in a competitive job market.
Why Edgewood College
You’ll be transformed by your educational experience at Edgewood College. The liberal arts education you receive here will prepare you for an exciting life of service, leadership and learning. We offer:
- A dynamic learning environment
- A practical and applicable curriculum
- Small classes
- Accessible and knowledgeable professors
- Internships and connections with local employers
The Computer Information Systems major prepares you for employment in a wide range of positions, such as web development, IT management, programming, networking support, help desk, and project management. Because of the flexibility of the major and its strong foundational base of theory and practice, you are prepared to quickly respond to opportunities offered by this fast-paced and constantly changing profession.
A degree in Business/Computer Information Systems emphasizes the application of information systems technology to business and has more in-depth coverage of systems technologies and management. The Business/Computer Information Major is offered only by the Business School and the department of Computing and Information Sciences. Students graduating with a Business/Computer Information Systems major may need to complete more than 120 credits in order to complete their degree
Edgewood College’s liberal arts curriculum combined with the Business/CIS major provides me with hands-on experiences and endless opportunities; giving me a competitive edge in the job market and preparing me for an ever-changing technological world.Chris Handrick '12