Businesses are increasingly reliant on computer systems to run day-to-day operations, opening the door for individuals with a strong background in information systems. The Bachelors of Business Administration in Computer and Information Systems at Manor provides students with a solid background in evaluating computer systems, and discovering ways to optimize their performance.

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Students will learn how to create workspace environments, maintain desktop software, monitor projects, forecast trends, and more. Graduates of this program will have the ability to perform multi-dimensional administrative tasks efficiently and improve the overall work environment of companies, which is vital in any employment setting.

Why You Should Choose Manor

Why study computer and information systems at Manor College? Small class sizes ensure that our faculty are invested in student outcomes, and hands-on learning opportunities combined with innovative teaching ensures that students are competitive applicants upon graduation.

What to Expect from the Curriculum

Students will begin by learning about the fundamentals of computers, algebra, programming concepts, and business before moving into more specialized coursework on cybersecurity, computer networks, business communications, database marketing, and more. Students are required to take part in approved business internships during their senior year, for which they will receive school credit. The B.B.A. program is 120/121 credits in total.

Suggested Curriculum Sequence

Students with a Computer and Information Systems degree have job opportunities in the following areas:

  • Web management
  • IT consultancy
  • Cyber security
  • Software engineer
  • Database administration

What career can you have with a Computer and Information Systems degree? Data analyst, IT administrator, entry-level developer, technology administrator and network manager are all examples of job titles that rely on a background in computer and information systems. Demand for computer and information systems managers is projected to grow 12% from 2016 to 2026, promising a wide range of available opportunities.

Want to learn more about this program? Talk to our admissions office at (215) 884-2216 or email