BS Computer Information Systems

Explore best practices and theories in the growing field of computer information systems, 100% online.

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Our Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems focuses on the technical knowledge and best practices required in the fast-changing era of big data, cloud computing and the internet of things. In this program, available 100% online, you’ll study database concepts, network theory and design, programming, systems analysis and design, and information systems management.

What You'll Learn

In our BS in Computer Information Systems, you will use theories of decision analysis, including probability and risk taking, to prepare business packages such as forecasting and linear programming. You will gain practical experience in various strategies and formats, and also explore the central role of the internet in 21st century commerce and security. See sample curriculum here. Find textbooks and materials required for each specific term.


Florida Institute of Technology is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate’s, baccalaureate, master’s, education specialist and doctoral degrees.


Our Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems can position you for opportunities with employers seeking qualified professionals who can use technology to achieve business objectives. Potential career paths across industries include software developer, web programmer, database administrator, and application systems analyst.

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A few words from information technology students

“My undergraduate degree from Florida Tech has provided me with the tools and confidence to execute at an even higher level than I did before. In terms of managerial competence and efficiency, I’m much better at organizing and planning. My communications to staff and external business entities are more cogent and impactful. I’d been working with technology for gradyears prior to earning my degree; however, coupling years of real-world experience with the breadth and depth from my post-secondary education has been invaluable and somewhat enlightening.”

Vincent O.

BS Computer Information Systems