Information Systems (BS)

Prepare for a career in maintaining and integrating the infrastructures that facilitate the movement of business data.

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Why Study Information Systems?

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.

Why Study Information Systems at Cairn?

  • Practice the same hands-on tasks regularly faced by professionals in the workplace.
  • Integrate your faith with technology.
  • Participate in CodeNet, the University’s student tech organization.
  • Understand the relationship between between hardware, software, and people.
  • Focus on the daily operations of a simulated company, providing a coherent theme closely resembling the software needs of a typical business environment in upper-level courses.
  • Graduate with a portfolio of professional-level projects to show to future employers.
  • Build meaningful relationships with professors who are invested in you and your goals.

Career Paths

  • Network Engineer
  • Systems Administrator
  • Help Desk Analyst
  • IT Field Service Technician
  • Tech support
  • Systems Engineer
  • Business Systems Specialist
  • Business Technology Analyst