College of Business and Aviation

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Computer Information Systems

A Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Computer Information Systems (CIS) from Delta State University is a well respected degree nationwide. Our focus is teaching the use of information systems to gain a competitive advantage in business. Instruction and projects center on applications, infrastructure, and business technology. Graduates of Delta State University’s CIS program serve as information systems managers of major corporations. They work in all types of businesses in hundreds of firms all across the country. A Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Computer Information Systems can be the beginning of a great career.

Program of Study

To complete a degree in Computer Information Systems at Delta State University requires a total of 124 semester hours. The program is fully accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs. The curriculum is reviewed periodically by a group of information systems professionals in order to ensure that our graduates are kept up to date on the latest technological and programming trends and techniques.

Students enrolled in the Computer Information Systems program are required to maintain at least a “C” average in their major, with no grade below a “C” in all major classes.

Career Opportunities 

CIS graduates have career opportunities nationwide. Today’s employers are seeking out graduates with backgrounds in both business and computer information systems. Delta State’s program provides the skills needed to succeed in the professional world. Companies like Baxter Healthcare, Viking Range Corporation, INFOWORKS, Techinfo, Inc., Monsanto, Microsoft, Google, International Paper, Saks Fifth Avenue and many others have hired Delta State CIS alumni.

Minor in Computer Information Systems Overview

The College of Business currently offers a minor in Computer Information Systems. To complete a minor in Computer Information Systems at Delta State University requires a total of 24 semester hours of Computer Information Systems courses:

  • CIS 205 Microcomputer Applications l
  • CIS 210 Programming Fundamentals
  • CIS 300 Management Information Systems
  • CIS 351 Project Management
  • CIS 331 Systems Analysis & Design
  • CIS 335 Decision Support Systems
  • CIS 361 Data Communications/Networking
  • CIS 455 Database Project