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I am starting at a University in the fall working on my bachelors in cis. Is anyone else going to school for this? or working in this field?
 

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i am..not the most computer savy person on the earth but im managing. What kind of classes they have you guys doing?

They got us all over the place with database management, programming, networking...one where you make a system for a business
 

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I'm earning a degree in Management Information Systems, which is pretty much the same thing as CIS.
 

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Cool

I have a degree in business information systems so I did papers in programming, database design, multimedia, analysis and web development....it was cool.
Now Im doing a diploma in geographic information systems.
So that is my speciality...information systems.
I worked for a software development company for a while too.
Send me a message if you want to chat.
 

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I just got my Associate Degree in CIS from a technical college.
I enjoyed doing it but for the job may be......

I let somebody else helps to finish my sentence.
 

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I got my bachelor's in CIS back in '05 and I've been in the industry ever since.
 

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I'm doing Computer Science which has quite a lot in common :) IS is not my favourite subject though hehe.
 

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Curious, is there a lot of jobs with a CIS major?
 

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@Prodigal Son yes there are a lot of jobs. It is a very similar degree to Computer Science/Engineering, Software Engineering and Management Information Systems.

I am working on my Management Information Systems degree. It is a ton easier than Computer Science here. But the majority is business when I'd like some more technical stuff. Computer Science is all programming.

Computer Engineering is more hardware while Computer Science is more software. Software Engineering is a blend of the two. I love Management Information Systems and am so glad I chose it over the other 3.
 
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