Computer Information Systems

SCOTT ROLLER

 1995 Graduate of Mayville State • Degree in Computer Information Systems

 CEO at salesfloorLIVE, Fargo, N.D.

 

Computer Information Systems

The Computer Information Systems major is designed to prepare students for employment in a computer information systems environment. The major provides students with the knowledge, skills, techniques, and experiences essential for obtaining positions in information processing, applications programming and systems analysis and design. The Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree is designed to provide a flexible approach to those who have previously earned an A.S. or A.A.S. degree and now wish to further their studies for personal satisfaction or employment opportunity.

Mayville State offers a minor in Computer Information Systems which provides students with the knowledge, skills and techniques desirable for employment in a position in which the computer is utilized as a tool.

 

Career Opportunities

 
  • Programming
  • Systems Development
  • Network Technology
  • Web Programming and Design

Mayville State's Computer Information Systems program uses innovative methods to empower students to succeed in limitless employment opportunities found in the IT industry.

Graduates with Mayville State's CIS major have been employed in a number of careers including software engineers, multimedia developers, database administrators, computer analysts, computer programmers, webmasters and technology support personnel. Industry, education and government all employ persons with computer information systems degrees.

Graduates of Mayville State's Computer Information Systems program have gone on to successful careers at a number of top-notch companies and organizations including Eide Bailey, Microsoft, ComMark, Noridian Mutual, Carlson Companies, the ag and bio systems department at North Dakota State University, Gremada Industries and NISC, Schwans, IBM, Polaris and Sanford Health.