Kenneth Abrams (left) and Brett Nebeker, both computer information systems majors, find the Hayden Library a comfortable place to study for finals.
Honors students majoring in Computer Information Systems at the W.P. Carey School of Business benefit from a unique educational experience that includes enhanced academic opportunities for talented business students, as well as opportunities for them to develop relationships with faculty, participate in a strong community of high-achieving students, and prepare for successful careers in business. The Department of Information Systems offers CIS 236, the first honors course opportunity in the School’s core curriculum sequence. CIS 236 fulfills the CIS 105 requirement for all business students, as well as the CIS 235 requirement for Computer Information Systems majors. To enhance the honors course experience, CIS 236 pedagogy and experiences are supported by global organizations located in the Phoenix metropolitan area, including American Express. CIS 236 can be the catalyst for an honors thesis mentored by CIS faculty in coordination with several international companies that have a local presence. CIS majors can use thesis credit toward their degree program, and the department offers opportunities for thesis work mentored by a CIS faculty member and in coordination with several global companies. For further information on honors opportunities in Computer Information Systems, click here.