Computer Science FAQs

What can I do with a computer information systems degree?

Graduates from the online BS in Computer Science and Information Systems program from Norwich University typically enter careers in the military, the state crime lab, healthcare organizations, technology companies and banking. You could qualify for a number of roles, including:

  • Cloud Engineer
  • Computer and Info Systems Manager
  • Computer Programmer
  • Computer Hardware Engineer
  • Data Scientist
  • Software Developer
  • Database Administrator
Do I have to pick a concentration in the online BS in Computer Science and Information Systems?

No, the online BS in Computer Science and Information Systems program at Norwich University does not include concentrations or specializations.

Does the online BS in Computer Science and Information Systems have a residency component?

While not required for completing your online bachelor's degree at Norwich University, there is an optional annual Residency Conference that provides unique educational and social engagement to culminate your time at Norwich.

What does a typical week look like as a student in the online BS in Computer Science and Information Systems program?

Norwich has developed online programs that provide a gateway, not a barrier, to maximize your career potential. Get to know a few graduates — with busy schedules — and learn how they made their education fit into their lives.

What’s an online degree at Norwich University look like?

In the Norwich University online BS in Computer Science and Information Systems, you'll learn in a flexible virtual classroom that allows you to access program content and contribute to class discussions each week, anywhere and anytime. You will also interact frequently with peers and knowledgeable program faculty.

What are the online BS in Computer Science and Information Systems faculty like?

Norwich faculty members embody the spirit of thinking and doing that has always informed Norwich’s academic model. Combining extensive academic and research credentials with career experience in the subjects they teach, our faculty members bring vast knowledge and real-world insight into the virtual classroom. They include nationally renowned subject matter experts, published authors and researchers, high-ranking retired military officers and accomplished professionals in various industries and sectors.

What type of support is available?

Upon enrollment, every Norwich student (including online students) gains access to an incredible network of people whose primary job is to help — from our student services advisers to our dedicated distance learning librarian and technical support team.