You will become a diverse expert in computer technology.
Adrian College’s Computer Information Systems program – we call it CIS – teaches you the basic skills and advanced concepts you’ll need to relate knowledge form all fields – English, math, sciences, social sciences, art, music – to the growing world of computer technology.
For instance, you’ll learn to:
- do electronic graphic design
- design complex dynamic web projects
- build a computer
- design and retrieve information from relational databases
- collect information from scientific equipment
- use GPS (global positioning systems)
If you like working with computers, you should focus your time on the areas that interest you the most:
If you want to design projects related to real-world needs, perhaps combined with other interests such as science, writing, design, psychology. . study CIS at Adrian – we offer many ways to study computers and teachers with diverse talents and backgrounds.
If you want to study the theory and structure of computers and computer programs or to do extensive research in computer engineering. . . consider an engineering or computer science curriculum in a tech school or university setting.
Minor (only) Program Requirements
To receive a Computer Information Systems minor, students must complete 21 credit hours, including CIS 106 or 108; 250, 390; and 12 hours of the following: CIS 104, 105, 120, 240, 251, 255; ART 218, 228, 319; or ESS 375.