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Computer Information Systems Undergraduate Program
The Computer Information Systems Department provides education and a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems that equips a predominantly urban student body, including those from the New Orleans metropolitan area, with knowledge and skills essential for careers in business and government, or for pursuing further studies.
The purpose of the Computer Information Systems Department is to provide Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO) students with high quality, state-of-the-art information systems education. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems (BS-CIS) program provides students with a foundation in the dual functional areas of business and computing technologies, thus enabling graduates to pursue both technical and managerial careers in all types of organizations, both public and private.
The program also implements processes and procedures that facilitate the retention and nurturing of CIS majors throughout their matriculation at SUNO. It builds on the core goals of the College of Business and Public Administration (CBA) in preparing students for social and technical analyses, design, development implementation, and management of computer-based information systems. In addition, the department also supports the mission of the University to create and maintain an environment conducive to learning and growth for all members of the University community and the community at large.
- Student is able to provide technical solutions to business problems.
- Student is able to identify and analyze specific business problems.
- Student is able to offer appropriate solutions to specific business problems.
For minor requirements, see the University Catalog.