A postbaccalaureate certificate in computer information systems is offered for students with baccalaureate degrees in another discipline who wish to complement their undergraduate education with course work similar to the requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree in computer information systems.
The postbaccalaureate certificate program enables the holder of a bachelor's degree with a major in another field to obtain formal recognition of training in the computer field. Students select one of five options after successfully meeting or completing the following prerequisites: ENG-W 131 and ENG-W 231 and MATH-M 118.
- CSCI-C 106 (3 cr.)
- CSCI-A 106 (3 cr.)
- DPIS-D 150 (3 cr.)
- Select seven more courses with at least four of those courses taken at the 300 to 400 level.
Please see a CIS department advisor for combinations of classes if you have a specific interest in a particular area.
If you can see yourself earning a Master’s degree from Indiana University, enroll today.
For Admission, contact: Bhaskara Rao Kopparty email [[bkoppart]]
Postbaccalaureate in Computer Information Systems: 219-980-6638
Or apply in person: Hawthorn Hall, Room 325