Information Systems (BS)
Prepare for a career in maintaining and integrating the infrastructures that facilitate the movement of business data.
Why an Information Systems (BS) degree?
In today’s highly competitive and technology-driven economy, job opportunities abound in corporate, entrepreneurial, nonprofit, and ministry settings. This program differentiates itself through the practice of the hands-on tasks the fast-paced business world demands. Courses will concentrate on network implementations, server deployment and documentation, and full stack integration.
Information Systems (BS) at Cairn
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Required Credits: 120
- CIS 321 Operating Systems
- CIS 332 Software Engineering
- CIS 331 Computer Org/Architecture
- CIS 333 Programming Languages
- CIS 421 Information Security
- CIS 431 Web Applications
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While the cost of a Cairn University education is competitive with similar institutions, we realize you may need financial assistance to take this journey. You are not alone. 97% of our full-time undergraduate students receive some form of financial assistance.
Meet Our Faculty
Professor Petcaugh has been a teacher since graduating from Cairn in 2010. He taught for 12 years at the high school level, transitioning from mathematics to computer science during that time. He is also a Master Teacher for the nation-wide computer science curriculum “Project Lead the Way” and is an active AP reader for both AP Computer Science A and AP Computer Science Principles.
Deb has an extensive professional background in human resource management, strategic planning, operations management, consulting, and leadership coaching. She has served in a variety of profit and non-profit organizations for over 25 years, including manufacturing, media, faith-based, academia, retail, and agriculture. As a professor, she invests in students to help them gain professional competency, learn to lead effectively, and develop in their Christian faith. Deb is married to Jim and is grateful to be a mom to four grown sons, a mother-in-law, and a grandma.