The graduate program's mission is to provide graduate students skillsets to compete in the global marketplace as skilled IT professionals and business leaders.
The Master of Science in Computer Information Systems (MSCIS) degree program uses a cutting-edge curriculum in information technology, cybersecurity, health informatics, project management, and database systems to help students meet the demands of the fast-paced and challenging field of Information Technology.
The program will also prepare students to participate in internationally-recognized certifications related to Cybersecurity, Information Technology, and Ethical Hackers to advance their careers in computer information systems and keep up with the technology as it changes.
Online Master of Science in Computer Information Systems (MSCIS) degree with two areas of concentration, Cybersecurity and Health Informatics. The MSCIS is a 30-credit-hour program offered by the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Department of Computer Science. The MSCIS degree will further enhance the College's offerings for our students and provide a viable career opportunity upon completion of the program.
About the School
Talladega College is located in a historic district of the city of Talladega, Alabama. Talladega's main campus includes 41 buildings on 50 acres, surrounded by the city and gently rolling woodlands.