It's time the system was built for you

Biology and Health SciencesThe mission of the Computer Information Systems Department at Aquinas College is to prepare students for careers in information technology as well as leaders in the industry.

Aquinas offers both Computer Information Systems (CIS) and Management Information Systems (MIS) majors. Each major includes a strong technical base, including programming, operating system, database, and networking foundational knowledge.

The CIS major strengthens each of these skill sets with advanced courses, while the MIS degree combines business skills such as accounting and marketing with the technical skills needed for business application of information systems and technology.



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Career Preparation based on leadership


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Student Profiles

Students love Aquinas for its small classes, personal attention, access to faculty, and hands-on experiences.

CIS Students

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Foster Planet Walk

Foster Planet Walk


To better highlight a unique feature of the Aquinas campus, several students built a mini website for their Senior Capstone project. Learn about the Foster Planet Walk




Students earning a CIS or MIS degree at Aquinas encounter abundant internship and full-time job opportunities. Even in an economic climate where many entry-level graduates find it difficult to job search, our graduates are finding many opportunities and are often hired before graduation. Area job fairs, online postings, personal networks, and, of course, Aquinas' excellent Career Services referrals are all good methods of job and internship hunting. Other options for graduates are to continue on to pursue a Master's of Science in an IT-related field.

To make an appointment with Career Services to learn more see:

Quick Facts: Computer and Information Systems Managers
2021 Median Pay $159,010 per year
$76.45 per hour
Typical Entry-Level Education Bachelor's degree
Work Experience in a Related Occupation 5 years or more
On-the-job Training None
Number of Jobs, 2021 509,100
Job Outlook, 2021-31 16% (Much faster than average)
Employment Change, 2021-31 82,400

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Alumni Profiles

Alumni Profiles


Prepared for the real world with a depth of knowledge and an understanding of how to use it.Alumni Profiles