Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems (CIS) provides students with a foundational knowledge of the information technology world so that they can pursue challenging careers. Offered 100% online, this degree completion program allows students to earn a bachelor?s degree on their own schedule and offers flexibility for busy adults who wish to earn a Computer Information Systems degree.
The 46-credit-hour curriculum offers relevant coursework in the fields of programming, business applications, system analysis and management information systems. This CIS degree program provides students with a clear understanding of office automation, common office situations, and everyday problems and how to solve them. Students who desire an introduction to information technology or the education necessary to advance their careers will find the courses beneficial.
Program coursework can be completed in 18 months.
- Submit official transcripts sent to the following address:
Attn: Admissions Processing
2100 W. University Ave.
Wichita, KS 67213
- A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or above.
- Completed application for admission with $35 application fee.
Please Note: Standard undergraduate credit hours from an accredited higher education institution are generally accepted by Friends University. Credits from a technical or trade school along with work experience and job certifications; may be honored through the Professional Technical Training credit evaluation.
What is Professional Technical Training? Friends University recognizes that learning may take place in settings other than the college classroom. Many adult students have acquired knowledge from training or life experiences such as a job; self-education; or practical experience; is equivalent to learning gained in in the classroom. Where college-level learning from these experiences can be verified and properly documented, Friends University may award some college credit. The program allows up to 30 credit hours to be evaluated and apply toward incoming applicant?s total undergraduate credit hour amount.