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Power Your Career on Your Timeline.
Business runs on technology.
Southeast's accredited computer information systems (CIS) program drives your career
options in development, IT, and networking. You'll be ready to meet your goals by
meeting the technology needs of business. And, in a field where jobs are expected
to grow 12 percent by 2026, you'll have choices in the marketplace.
Our 100% online program means you can create a plan that's right for your schedule.
Our nationally-recognized faculty mean you'll become a tech expert from other tech
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The numbers tell the story…
per credit hour
employed or in grad school
- Options in cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and business administration
- Courses reviewed with Quality Matters
- Award-winning advising and coaching team
- Year-round classes to reduce time to a degree
We let our graduates do the talking...
"Southeast has given me an education to pursue the career I want and has offered the
personal experiences that I would not have been exposed to anywhere else."Zach Buchheit, '18, Computer Information Systems
Our Alumni Go Places.
Below are just a few examples of the companies who hire graduates from the Harrison
College of Business and Computing at Southeast Missouri State.
- Anders CPAs + Advisors /AT&T
- Bunge North America
- Dell Secureworks
- DHL Supply Chain
- Edward Jones
- Ernst & Young
- Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts
- JPMorgan Chase
- Major Brands
- MGM Resorts International
- Northwestern Mutual
- TG Missouri
- The Bank of Missouri
- Thompson Financial Advisors
- Tyson Foods Inc.
- U.S. Bank
- Vizient, Inc.
The Bachelor of Science in computer information systems prepares you to enter a growing
workforce in an in-demand field. The program features both core information systems
and computer sciences courses as well as mathematics and business classes. Our Department
of Computer Science is accredited by ABET-the Accreditation Board for Engineering
and Technology, and it's been recognized by the National Security Agency and Department
of Homeland Security as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense
Education. Our students are ready to bring technology, language, and strategy together
to create the software, applications, and protections needed for today's business.
- Students may need to take trigonometry, pre-calculus, and have a strong background
in English before enrolling in major courses.
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- CS 117. The Information Age.
The impact of information technology on social structures, political, economic, philosophical,
and social dimensions. (3).
- CS 445. Software Engineering I.
Provides an in-depth understanding of the principles and techniques used in the analysis
and design aspects of developing applications systems. (3).
- CS 473. 3D Game Programming.
Explore the algorithms, data structures, and techniques in 3D computer game programming.
- IS 360. Mobile Application Develpment.
Covers mobile application design and development essentials. (3).
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- "Currently, my research effort aims on designing a new paradigm for vulnerability
discovery prediction based on code properties. In addition, in a separate ongoing
investigation, I am developing a secured and federated peer-to-peer network to be
used as a backbone of Block-chain technologies."
—Dr. Nick Rahimi
Asssistant Professor, Computer Science
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