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Computer Information Systems

In the modern business world, the computer information system plays an integral role in any business’s success. There are endless opportunities open to every student in this field. Most importantly, with a business degree in computer information systems received from the NAHCEU, you are equipped with the much-needed tools highly sought after across all sectors in system analysis, business database design, decision support, and business application programming.

Computer Information Systems Courses

By studying computer information systems courses, our students learn to design, build, and maintain information systems that will boost various aspects of the business, including business operations and managerial decision-making. Some of the courses offered at NAHCEU to help our students perform these tasks skillfully include –

  • Business Database Systems Development
  • Business Information Systems Development
  • Business Statistics
  • Computer Applications and Information Technology
  • Electronic Commerce Strategy
  • Enterprise Process Analysis and Design
  • Global Supply Operations
  • Introduction to Information Systems
  • Marketing and Business Performance
  • Mathematics for Business Analysis
  • Networks and Distributed Systems
  • Organization and Management Leadership
  • Systems Design and Electronic Commerce

STEM Designation

The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, a branch of Homeland Security, has designated NAHCEU in computer information systems as a STEM-eligible degree program (CIP code 11,0101). With this designation, qualified graduates using student visas can easily have access to Optional Practical Training (OTP). The OTP can be extended for up to 36 months against the 12 months available to non-STEM degrees. This extension allows international students to work longer periods and get more hands-on experience in the United States.

Careers In Computer Information Systems

Students who study computer information systems are trained to be professional software developers, information security analyst or computer system analyst as well as the following careers –

 

Career

Growth*

Median Salary*

Business Intelligence Analysts 

 

$81,140

Computer Network Architects

 

$91,000

Computer Programmers 

 

$74,280

Computer Systems Analysts 

 

$79,680

Computer and Information Research Scientists

 

$102,190

Computer and Information Systems Managers 

16.90%

$120,950

Data Warehousing Specialists 

 

$81,140

Database Administrators 

 

$77,080

Database Architects 

 

$81,140

Document Management Specialists 

 

$81,140

Geographic Information Systems Technicians  

 

$81,140

Geospatial Information Scientists and Technologists  

 

$81,140

Information Security Analysts

 

$86,170

Network and Computer Systems Administrators 

 

$72,560

Search Marketing Strategists 

 

$81,140

Software Developers, Applications 

 

$90,060

Software Developers, Systems Software  

 

$99,000

Software Quality Assurance Engineers and Testers 

 

$81,140

Web Administrators 

  

 

*Data obtained from the Occupational Information network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).

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Application Requirements

All students are required to meet general university and NAHCEU admission requirements.

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