Computer Information Systems Program
The Texas A&M University – San Antonio’s Computer Information Systems program prepares its students to be productive IT professionals using many of today’s technologies including IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and SAP. The program recognizes that students must have the right combination of both technical and managerial skills. It accomplishes this focus by blending three concentrations with a broad understanding of business acuity, a competence in computer technology, as well as a foundation in modern computing paradigms such as security, enterprise resource planning systems and project development..
TAMU-SA received notification that the security curriculum had been certified as mapping 100% to the Committee on National Security Systems CNSS) National Standards 4011 and 4012.
The program supports San Antonio’s current initiative to become CyberCityUSA. It also strives to meet the information technological needs of organizations within the city of San Antonio as well as the surrounding communities.As part of this initiative, the CIS Program is a member of the San Antonio Cyber Innovation and Research Consortium (CIRC). CIRC's mission is to conduct, coordinate and promote cyber and cyber security innovation, research, and policy, with particular focus on basic and applied research, education and curriculum, and outreach. CIRC members include The University of Texas at San Antonio, Our Lady of the Lake University, St. Mary's University, TAMU-SA, Trinity University, and the Alamo Colleges.
The CIS program offers three concentrations including Information Assurance, Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, and Project Management as discussed in the IT brochure.
Phone: (210) 784-2311