Undergrad Computer Class

Computer Information Systems

The Computer Information Systems major combines the core knowledge and skills necessary to compete and be productive in the field of Computing and/or Information Technology. Our practical curriculum guides your journey into this growing field through hands-on activities, interactive applications and real-life projects that sharpen your abilities to problem solve and work in teams. It incorporates community outreach and senior capstone experiences that showcase your skills for future employers.  A Computer Information Systems degree includes concentrations which gives you additional knowledge in an emerging field, such as Cyber-Security, Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence.

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Why Edgewood College

Computer Information Systems majors learn how to connect and secure networks, build database-driven websites, develop applications and engineer information systems using current and emerging technologies, including Python, Java, and Cloud-based solutions. Along the way, they explore what it means to be member of the Computing profession within a global society
The program includes: 

  • A dynamic learning environment
  • A practical and applicable curriculum
  • Small classes
  • Accessible and knowledgeable professors
  • Internships and connections with local employers
  • Concentrations in Cyber Security, Data Analytics, and Web and Mobile Developments

Career Outcomes

With a 100% job placement rate, a degree in CIS from Edgewood College positions you for success in your chosen field. One of the fastest growing professions, this degree will open many doors, with entry-level salaries between $45-60K and within 5-7 years, salaries between $75-120K working in:

  • Web and Mobile App Development
  • Cyber Security and Networks administration
  • Data Analytics
  • Agile Information Systems Engineering
  • IT Project Management 

Current Statistics from US Department of Labor can be located here.

Internships and Involvement

Internships: Because internships are an indispensable part of the CIS experience, you will be required to complete at least one. Not only will you gain experience, but yours might be the gateway to a future full-time job. Our students have worked as interns at many local companies, including: TDS, Sentry Insurance, Cuna Mutual, Epic, American Family, UW-Health, and many others. 

Student Organization: The student group Edgewood Empowered is all about bringing ideas to life using the collective skills of its members. It is a creative space in which members can explore a multitude of mediums and skills such as web design, coding/programming, digital art, and more!

Stem Community: Engage with other students in Science, Engineering & Mathematics as a member of a learning community that prepares you for further study in the Computing profession.