The interdisciplinary computer information systems major is designed to encompass the fundamentals of both computer science and business administration and to focus on business related computer information systems. Students study a wide range of topics from computer programming and marketing to systems analysis and finance.
A Bachelor of Science degree in computer information systems requires that a student successfully complete the following:
A minimum of five of the computer science courses and four of the other required courses must be completed at Dominican.
Some computer science courses are not offered every year. It is strongly recommended that a student who plans to major in computer information systems consult with a faculty member of that department as early as possible in his or her college career.