Get a CIS Degree through Texas Wesleyan

About Texas Wesleyan University

  • Private institution serving the Ft. Worth community and surrounding areas since 1860
  • Enrollment approximately 2600 students and 140 degree plans ranging from undergraduate to graduate programs
  • Approximately 450 business students (65 MBA students)
  • 15:1 student-faculty ratio

Our Mission
To prepare the individual with solid theoretical and applied fundamentals enabling the advancement of ideas and contributions to the community

CIS – Computer Information Systems Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

  • Transfer your previous college credit hours
  • Earn credit for work life experience thru Portfolio (up to 30 hours)
  • Earn credit for Industry Certifications (MCP, MCSA, CCNA, up to 18 hours)
  • Online training
  • Accelerated training options – weekend, 5-day sessions
  • Texas Wesleyan Worksheet PDF

Credit for Transfer/Prior Learning Experiences

  • Credit may be awarded for current IT certification (up to 18 hours)
  • Students may receive academic credit for learning acquired outside the collegiate classroom, from work experience, work-related training, special interests, and travel in addition to enrollment at an academic institution for academic credit; (up to 30 hours)
  • Two options for seeking academic credit for non-collegiate learning are preparing a portfolio or taking challenge examinations the College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
  • Transferable courses – from a regionally accredited institute
  • Multiple Financing Options – GI Bill, Federal Loans, grants

Texas Wesleyan University Business Program has partnered with ComputerMinds

  • To offer a “state-of-the-art” CIS degree program
  • Wesleyan will offer a regionally accredited university curriculum
  • ComputerMinds.Com will support this curriculum by offering hands on IT certificate training
  • This unique relationship pairs academically qualified PhD faculty with industry certified instructors
  • Accordingly, students are exposed to business and IT theory and applications

To learn more about this exciting opportunity click here!

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