Information Systems Degree

Program and manage computer information systems across all sectors.

The Information Systems degree program prepares students for careers involving technology, such as support, testing, and project management. Students also need to select a minor to complement their studies in information systems. Students may select any minor, except Information and Computer Science or Computer Information Management. Suggested minors include Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Graphic Design, Leadership, Management, Military Studies, Organizational Communication, Project Management, and Statistics.

Degree programs currently offered by the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems:

Locations & Learning Options

As a student in our Bachelor of Science in Information Systems program, you can take face-to-face classes at our Parkville, Missouri campus, at one of our Kansas City area campus centers (including Independence, downtown Kansas City and Parkville), at campus centers nationwide and/or online. This degree requires a minimum of 120 completed credit hours, including 51-54 hours of degree-specific core curriculum courses. Refer to your catalog for a complete listing of coursework for this degree.

Campus Centers, Gilbert, Online & Parkville

Information Systems, B.S.


Dr. Bin (Crystal) Peng

Chair, Department of Computer Science Information Systems
Associate Professor of Computer Science

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Dr. John Cigas

Program Coordinator
Professor of Computer Science

Wen Hsin

Dr. Wen Hsin

Professor of Computer Science

Mark Long

Mark Long

Lecturer in Computer Science

Yongzhi Wang

Dr. Yongzhi Wang

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Guillermo Tonsmann

Dr. Guillermo Tonsmann

Associate Professor, Computer Science

Learn what it takes to pursue a successful career in computer information systems.

Our Bachelor of Science in Information Systems degree program will prepare you with the skills needed in data processing, analysis and management to pursue any number of information system jobs in business, government, nonprofit sectors and other industries. While pursuing this degree, students will select a complementary minor such as business administration/management, geographical information systems, graphic design, leadership, organizational communication and statistics.


Our programs will prepare you for a career as a:

  • Web Programmer
  • Database Administrator
  • Information Technology Manager
  • Systems Analyst
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Program Highlights

When you study information systems at Park University, you will take an array of courses in web programming, computer networking and information security, among other subjects. Additionally, students in this program will have the opportunity to gain real-world experience through an exciting internship that will help you become a competitive candidate when you begin applying for information systems jobs. Our Computer Science and Information Systems Department works with the Career Development Center to help place you in the computer internship position that matches your aspirations.

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Park University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.