Online Computer Information Systems Degree Program
If you have an interest in solving crimes using computer forensics, creating code for groundbreaking computer games, or developing web sites for multi-national corporations, then the online Computer Information Systems degree program at DeVry could be the right path for you. Upon graduation, the skills learned in the Computer Information Systems degree program online can help to prepare you for a career in a variety of industries that need technical and management professionals. DeVry's Bachelor's in online Computer Information Systems has six career-specific specializations you can choose from to ensure that your coursework will be of interest to you and in-line with your goals. By completing the coursework online, you are offered flexibility to learn wherever you are, whenever you want.
DeVry's online learning platform allows you the ability to interact with professors and other students to receive help or create academic and meaningful discussions. Online students have access to a variety of resources that include your professors, student support advisor, Student Services, the Student Finance Team, and the Technical Help Desk. To learn more about the benefits of an online education from DeVry, check the online degree program page.
On Campus and Online
Courses for the online Computer Information Systems degree program can be taken at a DeVry campus location or if you prefer to create a more flexible schedule, you can take classes via our online degree programs. Each term can be customized to include a mix of classes that are online or on campus. Please note that program and course availability varies by location.
There are 8 specializations offered within the Computer Information Systems (CIS) online degree program. Students allot a minimum of 16 credit hours of coursework to their selected specialization. Or, in lieu of choosing a specialization, you may customize your studies within your Computer Information Systems degree program by selecting the Flex Option.
- Computer Forensics
- Cyber Security Programming
- Database Management
- Information Systems Security
- Software Programming
- Systems Analysis and Integration
- Web Development and Administration
- Web Game Programming
To learn more about the required and elective courses for earning your bachelor's Computer Information Systems degree online, request information or see the DeVry University undergraduate academic catalog.