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Computer Information Systems Programs

Organizations are constantly seeking individuals who understand how technology can be used to improve business. At The University of Tulsa, the Computer Information Systems (CIS) curriculum provides students with both business understanding and technical aptitude to allow them to successfully identify, leverage, and manage technology within a business environment.

Professional Opportunities

  • Systems Analysts
  • Database Administrator
  • Computer Sales
  • Network Systems Administrator
  • Business Analysts

The CIS curriculum combines the basic business core curriculum (with courses in Computer Information Systems areas such as marketing, accounting, management, finance and operations) with additional courses focusing on how technology can be used to improve business. CIS students learn how to analyze end-user needs, build business information systems and manage CIS projects. Students also learn the strategic value of information technology from an overall organizational perspective.

Computer Information Systems, B.S.B.A.

Provides a basic understanding of information technologies and teaches the skills necessary to employ information technology resources with the objective of enhancing organization and user performance.

Computer Information Systems Minor

Designed for students who want to develop their information technology skills beyond the level required by their major field of study.

Healthcare Informatics Minor

Designed to meet the growing demand for trained individuals who understand healthcare, information systems, and technology.

Cyber Security Minor

Combines information systems, including computer information systems, information technology, and computer science with cyber security and its relevant applications in the business world.

Business Analytics Minor

Combines data analytics with information systems, including computer information systems, information technology, and computer science.

Computer Information Systems Certificate

Prepares those without a college degree for entry level positions in data processing and management information systems.

Business Analytics Minor

Combines data analytics with information systems, including computer information systems, information technology, and computer science.

Healthcare Informatics Minor

Designed to meet the growing demand for trained individuals who understand healthcare, information systems, and technology.

Cyber Security Minor

Combines information systems, including computer information systems, information technology, and computer science with cyber security and its relevant applications in the business world.