Bachelors Degree Accounting Computer Information Systems

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Accounting CIS Degree - Accounting Computer Information Systems Degree Michigan College

Why A Dual Major in Accounting and Computer Information Systems?

The dual-major of accounting and computer information systems opens up many opportunities for entry-level jobs. If you are interested in an exciting career combining information technology with business and accounting, a bachelor's degree in the Accounting Computer Information Systems dual-major program may be for you. This natural synthesis of an accounting CIS degree blends two college degrees with the dependency of accounting on computerized software applications, and also the blending of the two majors over time.

Accounting Computer Information Systems College Graduates Get Great Jobs

Accounting CIS Degree applicants of the accounting computer information systems dual major program must present evidence of graduation from high school or the GED. To enter a Bachelor of Science degree B.S. Degree Program in Business, applicants are expected to meet two of the following: a minimum high school grade point average of 2.50 (on a 4.00 scale); ACT math score of 19 or higher; an ACT reading score of 19 or higher.

Bachelor's Degree Accounting Computer Information Systems Graduation Requirements

The College Accounting Computer Information Systems degree program at Ferris State University leads to a dual major bachelor of science degree in accounting and computer information systems. Graduation from the Accounting Computer Information Systems program requires a minimum 2.0 GPA in core classes, in the major and overall.

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