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Advance your career in a fast-growing sector.
Walden’s bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems is designed to prepare you with the technical and business skills to use technology to help people and organizations as you advance your career in information systems—the fastest-growing sector in the economy according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
In this program you will:
Next Start Date: August 26, 2019
Limited-Time Offer: Receive a $6,000 grant if you have an Associate degree or higher, reside in the U.S., and start this program on August 26, 2019. Additional grants available based on your amount of Transfer of Credit.
Transfer Credits: Up to 135 credits
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This degree in information systems blends academic theory with hands-on experience so that you can:
Our BS in Computer Information Systems program can prepare you to play an important role focusing on information technology infrastructures. Possible job titles include:*
*Career options may require additional experience, training, or other factors beyond the successful completion of this degree program.
Admission is considered for adult students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent. Applicants must also meet one of the following criteria:
You will also be required to submit a completed online application, employment history, and official transcripts.Your enrollment advisor will help you gather all of the required materials, starting with your application, and support you through your first day of classes.
Tuition costs will vary depending on your previous education. Get in touch with an enrollment advisor today by calling 855-203-5779, to learn more about tuition costs for this program and financial aid options.Walden's enrollment advisors are committed to helping identify and leverage opportunities for you to save money on your education.
"If you are very focused and determined, you can balance your studies with everything else."