Your goal is to work in the ever-changing world of computer information systems, and Monroe is going to get you there with a curriculum emphasizing technical and business skills, industry experience, and certifications. IT professionals can be found in virtually all industries, including health, insurance, fashion, music, finance, hospitality, and nonprofit organizations.
Study online, on campus, or a combination of both
Learn from IT professionals
Enjoy flexible scheduling
Gain experience and industry-ready skills
Achieve industry-recognized certifications
Associate in Computer Information Systems Curriculum
Most IT professionals are actually employed in non-tech companies. Our curriculum prepares you for a job in any industry by giving you a solid understanding of computer hardware and software, Cisco networking basics, database management, web design, and system design and analysis. Courses include wireless technology, security, and advanced programming.
I was able to get several career certifications, and now I’m qualified for a variety of jobs.
BS Computer Networks and Cybersecurity, 2019
Featured CIS Course
Learn system software and the configuration of a microcomputer. Build analytical and problem-solving skills through hands-on lab exercises. Upon successful completion of this course, you'll have the requisite knowledge and skills to take the A+ Operating System Technologies Exam.
Professional Opportunities in Computer Information Systems (CIS)
Give your career the extra edge with outside-the-classroom opportunities to learn and network with fellow students and industry professionals.
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) - An international professional organization with headquarters in New York
Monroe’s Information Technology Student Association (ITSA) - A club that meets weekly and hosts speakers, visits computer shows and other events, organizes tech challenges, and offers volunteer services to local businesses.
Your Future Career in CIS
A degree in Computer Information Systems opens the door to a number of career opportunities in companies large and small. Some examples: