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Computer Information Systems

A degree in computer information systems from Cornerstone University prepares you to enter into a growing career field of professionals adept at solving network problems and advancing business technology. By developing skills in coding, information technology and programming, you will become equipped with tools that are vital to today’s influx of digital communication.

Degree Type

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Minor


  • On Campus
  • Residential


  • Grand Rapids

Stay Ahead
of the Game

With more and more of our daily communication going online, businesses are working quickly to stay ahead of the game with their data, networks and analytics. That’s where computer information systems professionals come in. By providing key insights into analysis and data modeling, computer information systems professionals are a vital part of any business’s framework.

As a computer information systems major at Cornerstone, you’ll be challenged to hone your skills in information technology in order to become a better steward of your abilities. You do not need to have any prior knowledge of coding or programming in order to be in this major. You will be empowered by faculty who are experts in their field as they guide you through practical and theoretical experience.


Careers in computer information systems are growing every year, with businesses having a high demand for coding and networking professionals. Our graduates end up in top-tier jobs within six months of graduating.


  • Application development
  • Data modeling and mining
  • Software development
  • Systems analysis and design


As a computer information systems major at Cornerstone, you will be integrated into a semester-long internship in order to help you gain real-world experience. We’ve partnered with several businesses across West Michigan who are committed to bringing you a holistic education outside the classroom.


  • Our Daily Bread Ministries
  • PCMI


Of computer information systems graduates from the class of 2019 were employed within six months of graduation.


Student-to-faculty ratio with an average class size of 22.


Of students participate in internship or practicum experiences.

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CU is dedicated to continuously improving our academic programs to provide you with the skills needed to reach your career goals. Signifying this, our bachelor’s and master’s business programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.

Studying computer information systems taught me the importance of creating a collaborative environment. Many individuals can do well by themselves in their academic studies, but it takes a team to create something beautiful.

Josiah Bandstra (B.S. ’22)

Related Programs

The computer information systems major is a part of our Business Division. Take a look at some of the other related programs in this division.

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