MINNEAPOLIS, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Walden University, one of the largest online providers of graduate degrees, is offering a new Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems degree, designed to provide students with the technical and business skills they need to advance their careers in information technology -- the fastest-growing sector in the economy, according to the U.
What does CISYS stand for?
CISYS stands for Computer Information Systems (degree)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Council for International Students of Western Australia
- Collective Intelligence & the Semantic Web (workshop)
- Calgary International Spoken Word Festival (Canada)
- Caribbean Invasive Species Working Group
- Corporate Information Security Working Group
- Commercial Industrial Solid Waste Incinerator
- Coal Industry Social Welfare Organization
- Center for International Social Work Studies (Unviersity of Connecticut)
- Channel Island Stock Exchange
- Customer Interface System Extension (Sprint)
- Cab Interior Temperature
- Cable Interface Translator
- California Institute of Technology
- Call In Time
- Canberra Institute of Technology (Australia)
- Canterbury Institute of Technology (Australia)
- Capital Investment Team
- Care Integration Team
- Career Institute of Technology (Easton, Pennsylvania)
- Carnegie Institute of Technology
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9780769528946 Computer information systems and industrial management applications; proceedings.
in computer information systems and business management.
to be an eight course, eighteen semester hour program in Computer Information Systems (CIS).
Photo: Business Wire) This is the sixth year in which the scholarship has been awarded to GSU female undergraduate or graduate students in Robinson's computer information systems program who have demonstrated high potential for leadership careers in technology.
Mack Robinson College of Business today announced the recipients of the 2010 Bergeron Women in Technology Leadership Scholarship: * Gayathri Kunapuli--a graduate student from Hyderabad, India, pursuing a Master of Science in Information Systems * Natalia Long--a senior from Sao Paulo, Brazil, majoring in Computer Information Systems and Finance * Lubna A.
Bret holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from Excelsior College.
Dolphy Abraham, professor of computer information systems at Loyola Marymount University's College of Business Administration, will be piloting iRise for two of his classes during the Spring semester.