Computer Information Systems, Minor
Saint Louis University's online computer information systems minor is a professional program that allows students to specialize in one of three tracks: data analytics, health care information systems or information security and assurance.
In this program, you will gain knowledge and skills that you can pair with your major to become a versatile, valuable leader in various industries. You may choose this 18-credit program as a minor combined with a major in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree. You can also complete the degree entirely online and choose from six start terms per year.
Possible career options for students in this program include:
- Computer network architect
- Cybersecurity analyst
- Data analyst
- Information assurance engineer
- Market research analyst
- Web developer
|CIS 1600||Introduction to Programming||3|
|CIS 2875||Principles of Data Analysis||3|
|CIS 3300||Database Analysis and Design||3|
|Select one of the following Specializations:||9|
|Analytics and Visualizations|
|The Fundamentals of Computer Forensics|
|Cyber Threats and Defense|
Students must maintain a minimum of 2.00 GPA and receive a C or better in all minor classes.