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Computer Information Systems

This program is designed to help students start or advance a career in computer network management, network security, computer information systems design, systems analysis, data analysis, technical or business analysis, and information systems consulting.


Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems

Information systems is one of the fastest growing sectors in the economy, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics** and The National Hispanic University is located at the center of this industry: Silicon Valley. With its cutting-edge curriculum, expert faculty, hands-on opportunities, and supportive tutors, you can launch or build on a rewarding career in computer network management, network security, computer information systems design, systems analysis, data analysis, technical or business analysis, and information systems consulting, among others.

To help you balance school with work and family commitments, most courses are offered during the day or evening at the San José campus, and some are offered online. Both types of courses to give you experience in collaborating with others in person and online.


To learn more about The National Hispanic University’s Computer Information Systems program, complete the form on this page or call 888.520.5431 to speak with an enrollment advisor today.

Gain the skills you need
Earn the degree you want

Do you have at least 12 credits to transfer from another university? If so, you could receive a $3,000 scholarship when you enroll in any one of NHU's campus-based degree programs*

*This scholarship can be combined with the Early Registration Waiver but not with any other tuition reduction, scholarship, or grant. Students are only eligible to receive one tuition reduction for their entire program and must be full time at NHU. This scholarship will be applied to the student's account in increments of up to $500 per term for 6 consecutive terms and will see first reduction on their bill three to four weeks after the start date.

**Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, "Employment Outlook: 2010–20," Monthly Labor Review, January 2012, on the Internet at www.bls.gov/opub/mlr/2012/01/art1full.pdf (viewed online Oct. 5, 2012). National long-term projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions and do not guarantee actual job growth.