Computer Information Systems

Computer Information System (CIS) graduates will be prepared for technical positions using and supporting computer hardware and software. This degree program prepares student for occupations where computer work ranges from computer applications to network administration.

Student Outcomes

  • Demonstrate the basic operations of software applications, prepare a variety of documents, and install and perform software upgrades.
  • Install and troubleshoot a variety of operating system software and computer hardware.
  • Upgrade, diagnose, and repair software and computer hardware
  • Create and execute computer programs Design, install, and troubleshoot a computer network

Career Opportunities

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Recommended Electives

Any BUS/CIS Elective

Example: Choose 6 credits from BUS/CIS course description back of catalog. Any approved by Advisor.


American Indian Studies: Fall Semester (First Year)

AIS 100American Indian Studies3
AIS 150/155Nakoda/Aaniiih Lang I3
GS 110 Finding Place1
GE Elective Humanities or Fine Art3
WRIT 101College Writing I3
Semester Total16

American Indian Studies: Spring Semester (First Year)

AIS 120 or BIOB 120Traditional Plants or Intro to Ethnobotany3
AIS 140/141Nakoda/Aaniiih Hist/Cult3
AIS 151/156Nakoda/Aaniiih Lang II3
BIOB160/L160Prin of Living Sys/Lab3/1
WRIT 201 College Writing II3
Semester Total16

American Indian Studies: Fall Semester (Second Year)

AIS 200Amer. Indian Religion/Phil3
AIS 215American Indian Education3
GE ElectiveSocial Science3
M 121College Algebra4
Semester Total16

American Indian Studies: Spring Semester (Second Year)

AIS 235Federal Indian Law3
AIS 250Special Topics1
COMX 111Intro Public Speaking3
GE ElectiveSocial Science3
Semester Total13
Degree Total61
NOTE: If placement test scores indicate refresher classes are needed, the student’s program will require more than two years to complete. It is imperative that students work closely with their advisors.