Love tech?

A coiled up yellow ethernet cord against a white background to represent our Computer Information Systems major

Develop your skills to meet the needs of businesses, not-for-profits, and governmental organizations.

With FLC’s Computer Information Systems (CIS) major, you’ll learn C++, Python, JAVA, SQL, R, XML, XBRL, and more, all built upon a robust business foundation.

Graduate ready to design, develop, deploy, and manage information systems, and have the business management savvy you’ll need to find success.


Paul Clay, Associate Professor of Management and creator of our Computer Information Systems major

"Computer Information Systems students develop more than just technical skills; they develop systems thinking that allows them to design solutions to complex business problems. These skills are in demand."

Systems thinking

Tailor your studies to the design, development, implementation, and management of computer information systems. Where other programs focus on building equipment, coding software, or just the business side, Computer Information Systems integrates coursework from all these disciplines with its own coursework to meet the most urgent needs in the business world.

Personalized education

Work closely with a passionate faculty in small classes to develop your understanding of computer information system design, software development, and data management.

Indispensible skills

  • Learn and live the process of design, development and implementation
  • Understand data and its relationship to project management, security, and networking
  • Get involved in each aspect of the solution so you have the big picture perspective

What can you do with a Computer Information Systems degree?

With the combination of technology and business, cultivated in small classes with direct faculty mentorship, a Computer Information Systems major sets you up for a life of opportunity.