Thomas More College

Do You Love A Challenge?

Today, computer systems are an integral part of every aspect of our lives. But those systems are constantly changing, making old systems and knowledge obsolete. At Thomas More College, you "learn how to learn" so you're always prepared to keep pace as a professional in the field. Our degree programs can lead you to a career as a:

  • Computer Programmer
  • Database Administrator
  • Manager of Operations
  • Network Administrator
  • PC Specialist
  • Software Engineer
  • Software Assurance Specialist
  • Systems Analyst
  • Training Instructor
  • Webmaster

Many of these positions require advanced degrees. But whether you pursue that degree or enter the workforce right away, you'll be ready to succeed in one of today's most exciting and rewarding careers.

Computer Information Systems

Choose From Three Degrees

Thomas More College offers three degree options in Computer Information Systems (CIS) which include a Bachelor of Computer Information Systems, an Associate of Computer Information Systems, and an Associate of Web Design. The curriculum is based on simple, but significant principles that you put to the test through hands-on classroom and co-op experience. One class builds on the other as you learn user interface development, significant programming abilities, database design, database management and navigation, and information generation.

Chart Your Course

A sampling of courses for a CIS degree includes:

  • Introduction to Computer Information Systems
  • Computer Applications and Hardware
  • Introduction to Visual Basic
  • Number Theory and the Computer
  • Database Management
  • Telecommunications
  • Introduction to Web Page Design
  • Developing and Using Multimedia
  • Advanced Graphic Techniques
  • Web Programming

Add to Your Resume

Perhaps you don't want to major in Computer Information Systems, but would simply like to strengthen your resume with comprehensive computer skills. Any Thomas More student can do just that with a CIS associate degree.

For more information, contact:

Chuck Zimmer
Computer Information Systems
Thomas More College