Computer Information Systems
Co-Op Option Bachelor’s Degree
The Computer Information Systems (CIS) Cooperative Education (Co-op) program couples classroom instruction with paid, application-focused learning in business and industry settings arranged as part of a student’s course of study. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems provides a broad range of computer programing skills to prepare students for fields such as application and web development, programming and computer information systems analysis. Students complete a total of 900 hours of paid, in the-field, Co-op experience beginning in their first year of study. This ongoing professional immersion in the field provides students with a performance-edge valued by employers.
- Students earn money through the Co-op program while going to school.
- Graduate in as little as four years.
- Begin the first of your three Co-op experiences in your third semester.
- Develop valuable experience and professional contacts.
- Technology degrees continue to lead to the fastest growing career opportunities nationally and internationally with salaries averaging over $79,000*.
- Minimum hourly salary for students is $12 for Co-Op I, $13.50 for Co-Op II, and $15 for Co-Op III.
*2015 Bureau of Labor Statistics