Computer Information Systems

Computer Information Systems at Trinity

Technology. Information. Collaboration.

Computer Information Systems (CIS) prepares you for a career with technology. Human centered design and how to use technology to improve the quality of life are the major goals of this program. Emphasis is given to ethical and soft skills as well as technical skills required for workers in the 21st century.

What makes it distinct?

Individualized Attention. With small class sizes and a low student-to-faculty ratio, you receive one-on-one attention from professors, developing relationships, experience and internships that lead to exciting job placements after graduation.

Focus on applied skills. All faculty who teach in Trinity’s CIS department have real-life experience in the field of human-centered technology. This brings a richness to the classroom as well as offers opportunities you when you graduate.

You can pick from two tracks:

Game Design & Development: This track provides students with skills in game design, game development, art/animation, digital sound, gamification, human-computer interaction, programming languages and specific tools for game development, designed to meet the ever-growing demand for gaming industry and related activities in the marketplace.

Database Management: Every year, the amount of data that an organization stores approximately doubles from the previous year. In this track, you will master the principles, tools and techniques used in Enterprise Computing. Emphasis is given to the design, development integration and administration of Database Management Systems so that you can fulfill the needs of an organization or company in an efficient and secure way.

Ready to learn more?

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