BS in Business Computer Information Systems
BS in Business Computer Information Systems provides an appropriate base of knowledge for entry into the information systems profession. This STEM-designated degree program provides a solid understanding of the design and management of information systems, the organization and learning of enterprise data, and related techniques and technologies to improve information systems' implementation. This degree qualifies an F-1 student for a STEM OPT extension.
You LearnAs part of BS in BCIS, students learn:
- Information Systems Design
- Information Systems Development
- Information Systems Security Concepts and Applications
- Fundamentals of programming, databases, networks, and web development
- Fundamentals of economics, accounting, finance, marketing, and management.
As a student, Anna McKee took home first place in North America at IBM’s collegiate coding contest, Master the Mainframe, two years in a row. Mckee drew on the knowledge she gained in the classroom and during her internship to not only win the competition, but to become the first woman to ever take home first. As the front-runner, McKee was able to graduate from UNT with multiple job offers in hand and today works for IBM as a Db2 for z/OS systems programmer.
You ContributeBS in BCIS graduates get jobs such as:
- Business Analyst
- Security manager
- Software programmer
- Systems analyst
- Systems developer
You LeadGraduates continue on to leadership roles such as:
- Database manager
- Network administrator
- Chief Technical Officer
- Chief Security Officer
- Chief Information Officer
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