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Computer Information SystemsComputer Information Systems1
A Bachelor of Computer Information Systems (BCIS) discipline will teach you the necessary skills you need to build networks, provide data security and maintain an environment where computer applications run smoothly. This discipline prepares you for work in fields like computer information systems design and systems analysis in both industry and government.
A Bachelor of Computer Information Systems (CIS) discipline qualifies applicants  to begin a career in the field of information technology and management. With business and government relying more and more on the flow of information through computers and online, people trained in the management and development of Computer Information Systems are in high demand. Please read on to find out more
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Business Information TechnologyBusiness Information Technology2
Business Information Technology (BIT) is a discipline that combines the activities of business and information communication technology to facilitate and exploit the use of IT to foster and support business activities within the enterprise and externally to its clients.
The (BIT) Department was established on April 30, 2009 at the Faculty of Information Technology and Systems in the University of Jordan. Since its establishment, the BIT department is aimed at the preparation of highly qualified students to be effective users and managers of information technology and systems in the current environment of the technology.
This innovation is demonstrated by the recent introduction of specializations in Software Development, Web and Application Development, Information and Technology Management as well as Support Services. These specializations include traditional aspects of IT such as software systems, secure systems, network management and information systems.
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