Companies and organizations today rely heavily on information technology. The systems and infrastructure that manage data, from computers to servers and more, must be correctly designed, implemented and maintained. As a computer information systems professional, you could be an invaluable asset in the workforce.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics1 projects that jobs in computer and information technology will see a growth rate of 11% on a national level between 2019 and 2029.
If this growing field is calling you, DeVry University offers a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems that can help you get started.
Of course, the path to earning your bachelor’s degree might take you through several steps, including earning a certificate or an associate degree first.
Here, we’ll talk about the preparation path to a computer information systems (CIS) career as we explore the following questions: