Computer Information Systems, B.S.

You are viewing this degree as an accelerated program in an online format. To view the Longview on-ground program, click here.

Accelerated degree programs generally offer courses in three, five, or seven weeks sessions which continue year-round, allowing you to focus on fewer courses at a time and adjust your course sequence to fit your needs.

Our BS in Computer Information Systems is designed to fit your analytical skills and technologically focused interests. In today’s increasingly technology-driven marketplace, there is growing demand for computer information managers – which means a solid, high-paying careers with flexible options.

Aside from learning to provide broad-based computer information systems support, you will graduate prepared to facilitate organizational goals through computer information systems planning, design, development, integration and evaluation. 

You’ll also learn to apply concepts of best practices in information technology management and work with stakeholders to identify computer information system and security utilization and needs.

Develop skills to prepare you to work in:

  • Computer system design
  • Software publishing
  • Data processing
  • Hosting and more

The Computer Information Systems degree is offered entirely online, via an interactive and rich online environment that allows you to attend courses and complete assignments according to your schedule.


Interesting Classes You'll Take

  • Programming for Information Systems
  • Software Engineering
  • Operating Systems OR Web Development
  • Database Management

What can you do with this degree?

Faculty Feature

Kenneth Rouse

Associate Professor of
Computer Science

(903) 233-3344


*Choose a daytime Longview program, an online program, or combine daytime and online classes to fit your needs.*


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