Center for Information Systems (CIS)

CENTER FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS

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The Center for Information Systems (CIS) is dedicated to improving the development, application and management of information systems through quality instruction, internationally recognized research and service to area businesses and other profit and non-profit organizations. Student success and participation are rewarded through scholarships, facilitation of internships, venues for public speaking and interaction with corporate members. The ultimate goal of CIS is to produce confident, intelligent and well-prepared IS graduates who are highly sought by a broad range of hiring organizations.

The center was established by Dr. Robert D. Smith in 1986 and has a strong focus on curriculum development, especially at the undergraduate level.


RECRUITING AND INTERNSHIPS

An internship is key to gaining experience in the field of information systems before graduation, as well as networking with current professionals. You can get credit for the internships you complete.

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STUDENT ORGANIZATION

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MISA is a professional student organization with a focus on computer information systems. MISA's mission is to serve as a forum for students with an interest in computer information systems to become more aware of the CIS curriculum and technology in today’s business world. 

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GIVING TO THE CENTER

The Center for Information Systems is funded through donations from Kent State alumni and faculty. Member companies and local businesses voluntarily provide scholarships and other monetary awards to recognize various contributions of current KSU students.

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