The associate degree program in computer information systems at Northern Michigan University is an excellent choice for those wishing to begin careers as computer technicians and information systems support staff. The program provides a basic foundation of knowledge in the computing area and the ability to apply computer theory to business applications. Labor statistics continue to show that computer information systems will continue to be in high demand over the next 10 years.
What can I do with an associate's degree in computer information systems?
Graduates find employment in organizations ranging from small firms to large corporations as computing technicians, providers of help desk services and software trainers.
Why study computer information systems at NMU?
- Small class size
- Dedicated faculty
- International learning opportunities
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Funding Your Associate Degree
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