B.S. in Computer Information Systems

​B.S. in Computer Information Systems ​​

The Bachelor of Science degree in computer information systems is an interdisciplinary program that prepares student to facilitate the development of computer utilization, databases and information systems to satisfy the requirements and needs of organizational management. Students complete 66 credit hours of course requirements in addition to the College core curriculum. Students should refer to the College Bulletin​ or the major status sheet for complete information regarding major requirements.​

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​Recommended Resources by the Department of Computer Science faculty at Grove City College.

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Minor in Comp Scie

​ The minor provides students with an understanding of hardware and software concepts, structured program design, programming using C++, data structures and algorithms and computation theory.

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Facilities and Equipment

​The Department of Computer Science at Grove City College maintains state-of-the-art technology and equipment for students studying computer science.

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B.S. Comp Information

​The Bachelor of Science degree in computer information systems is an interdisciplinary program that prepares student to facilitate the development of computer utilization, databases and information systems to satisfy the requirements and needs of organizational management.

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Undergraduate Research Opportunities

​The Department of Computer Science at Grove City College offers students the opportunity to perform independent or collaborative research projects guided by an experienced faculty member.

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B.S. Computer Science

​The major is designed to provide both a theoretical foundation and in-depth exploration of computer science topics, as well as intensive training in programming.

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