Computer Information Systems

Computer Information Systems

Program Detail

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Deb LaVergne

Residential Faculty - CIS/MGT

480-461-7754

Office: BP 43A - Room: BPO35

This program is part of the Business & Information Systems Department.

Computer Information Systems, or CIS, lies at the intersection of technology and business. It includes hard-core, techie elements, like programming, database management, and systems analysis. But it also includes solid business practices and principles, like marketing, management, and accounting. In fact, CIS exists as a way for both to interact and share information.

Computer Information Systems is the application of technology in managing business and solving operational problems. In the CIS program you’ll learn how to design, develop, manage, and maintain business technology infrastructure and specify technology solutions to suit business needs. You’ll also learn to create webpages, construct dynamically driven websites with the use of databases, and much more.

A career in CIS allows you to work in just about any aspect of business in virtually any industry. If a business relies on technology for its success it relies on the expertise and creativity of CIS professionals.

Available Associate Degrees and Certificates

Degree / Certificate Title Courses
Associate in Business - General Requirements (ABUS-GR)    Associate in Business General Requirements Course List
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Associate in Business - Special Requirements (ABUS-SR) Associate in Business Special Requirements Course List
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Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Computer Programming Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Game Technology Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Multimedia and Business Technology Course List
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Web Designer Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Web Developer Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Web Server Administrator Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Programming and System Analysis Course Sequence
Certificate of Completion (CCL) Advanced Web Designer Course Sequence
Certificate of Completion (CCL) Adobe Foundations Course Sequence
Certificate of Completion (CCL) Computer Programming Course Sequence
Certificate of Completion (CCL) Game Technology Course Sequence
Certificate of Completion (CCL) Multimedia Technology Course List
Certificate of Completion (CCL) Programming and System Analysis Course Sequence
Certificate of Completion (CCL) Web Designer Course Sequence
Certificate of Completion (CCL) Web Developer Course Sequence
Certificate of Completion (CCL) Web Server Administrator Course Sequence

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Associate in Business - Special Requirements Arizona State University Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems

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Before signing up for classes, you’ll want to meet with an academic advisor. Together, you’ll lay out a program and career path that suits you best. This step is essential to your academic success.

Advising for the Computer Information Systems program is available through the Business & Information Systems department. You can also contact Academic Advisement for general advising. Both will help you determine the exact courses you need to get the education you’re looking for.