Are you a creative problem solver? Do you like to tinker with your computer? Clarke University’s Computer Information Systems major prepares individuals to analyze and re-engineer business processes, to design and develop web-based applications and to manage these information systems as strategic resources. CIS is the discipline covering the application of people, technologies and procedures – collectively called information systems – to solve business problems.
In CIS, the core is information: how to get it, how to organize it, how to make sense of it and how to PROTECT it. Programming is how the CIS major presents that information, via web pages, apps and personalized reports.