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Help to design the next information system for your organization. Change the way people work. Write the killer app. Become part of a safer and more secure computing environment.
Housed in the Computer Information Systems and Business Analytics Department, MSU Denver’s Computer Information Systems (CIS) bachelor’s program offers a challenging education in both general business and modern technology that will allow you to become part of the fast-paced digital world. This is the only CIS program in Colorado accredited by both AACSB and ABET, the world’s top accrediting agencies for business and engineering/technology/computing programs.
Grounded in MSU Denver’s philosophy to help train Colorado’s workforce of tomorrow, the Computer Information Systems courses involve hands-on experience in the latest technologies applied in the context of business.
Not only will you have chances to take courses in HTML5 and CSS3, Java, PHP and operating systems such as Windows, UNIX and Linux, you can also take advantage of advanced studies in cyber security, business analytics, systems analysis and design, database design and administration, telecommunications, local and wide-area networking, data mining, ERP, Web administration and application development.
Couple your in-depth CIS education with an internship, which will give you on-the-job experience, and you’ll have an ideal platform from which to launch a career.
Computer Information Systems is an incredibly fast-growing, fast-changing field. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that between 2014 and 2024, employment in computer and information technology should grow 12 percent. The median wage for computer and information technology jobs in 2015 was $81,430.
These are some job titles you might qualify for:
Jeremy Parnacher, MSU Denver ’10, is director of HR Solutions at Digital First Media.
Assistant Professor Edgar Maldonado has spent years in industry designing and implementing network solutions internationally. His work has been published in academic journals and he served as a leader for a national case study, “Research of Emergency Capacity Building,” sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Recent work includes his studies of social media use by emergency communicators.
MSU Denver Computer Information Systems alumni have gone to work for the following organizations:
The department’s dedicated lab allows you to gain experience with the latest information systems implementations. Combining local resources with private cloud setups and remote cloud solutions, you can get training with development tools, networking environments and security setups that closely resemble general business environments.
MSU Denver’s Computer Information Systems program is the only one in Colorado—and one of only 10 in the country—that is both AACSB- and ABET-accredited.
AACSB is the world’s premier business school accrediting agency, whereas ABET accredits applied science, computing programs, engineering and engineering technology programs worldwide.
Special Computer Information Systems Program Opportunity
Enhance your career options with a SAP Recognition Award Certificate. MSU Denver is a member of the SAP America University Alliance Program, which allows you to take classes, acquiring skills and expertise in the SAP ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system, the world’s largest ERP vendor.
The SAP Recognition Award Certificate positions you as a job candidate who has experience with the SAP system.
Contact the Department of Computer Information Systems and Business Analytics
Located in Admin Building, Suite 560
Dept. of CIS & Business Analytics
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Campus Box 45
P.O. Box 173362
Denver, CO 80217-3362