Change Your Future With a Career in Computer Information Systems
Computer technology will impact lives for a long time. And as technology continues to grow, so does the need for professionals who know how to apply it.
A computer information systems degree from Metropolitan State University of Denver can help you attain the necessary skills and put you on the path to a career with infinitely interesting possibilities.
Why Major in Computer Information Systems?
If you’re looking for a career with longevity, this is it. Computer technology is exploding across real, virtual, and cloud-based solutions, and shows no signs of stopping.
But beyond professional stability, you’ll get the chance to really make a difference, both in your own life and the world at large. You’ll not only be able to understand and apply today’s information systems, but also have the skills to potentially develop your own solutions, too.
What is the MSU Denver Computer Information Systems Degree Program Like?
Our degree program is offered through our Department of Computer Information Systems and Business Analytics, which is housed within the College of Business. The program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.
A mix of core business courses and comprehensive information systems courses—which cover business computing, security, business analytics, problem solving, networking, database software applications, programming languages, and operating systems—provide a balance between fundamental information systems concepts and hands-on learning. This curriculum, combined with the experience and close guidance of our faculty, ensure you’re thoroughly prepared to put your knowledge into practice in the real world.
Contact us to learn more about a degree from the Department of Computer Information Systems and Business Analytics at MSU Denver.
Armed with technical knowledge and general business knowledge, you’ll obtain the qualities many employers are looking for, and open the door to a wide range of career opportunities. A computer information systems degree leads to jobs such as:
• Information officer
• Technologies manager
• Business systems analyst
• User support specialist
• Database administrator
• Network administrator
• Telecommunications manager
Edgar Maldonado, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Information Systems and Business Analytics, is on a mission. He strives to improve public communication technology while also empowering minority youth, and he feels completely at home at MSU Denver doing both.