Are you interested in how systems work? Do you enjoy cross-disciplinary learning, applying lessons from one field to strengthen another? Are you looking for an in-demand career with growth potential? The programs offered by UCM’s Department of Accountancy, Big Data Analytics and Computer Information Systems enable you to explore multiple fields while acquiring in-demand job skills for a secure future career.
Learn to navigate the critical intersections between technology, business and management in our programs, which boast STEM classification and accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB) and the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).
Accountants, data analysts and computer information systems specialists are all in strong demand across the country. 100% of our students are hired within six months of graduation.
To prepare for your career, you'll work closely with a faculty mentor throughout your program. Individualized attention, small classes and access to tutoring support your learning needs. At UCM, our focus on applied learning ensures you graduate with the practical skills and experience you need to excel in your new role.
Dr. Prasad Rudramuniyaiah
Fully accredited programs
Most graduates hired within 6 months
1:1 tutoring and faculty mentorship
Learn in-demand job skills
Take coursework in multiple disciplines
The Department of Accountancy, Big Data Analytics and Computer Information Systems at UCM provides two main areas of study. Degree programs in each one will train you for sustainable careers in these critical — and growing — fields.
Whether your goal is to build a stable career with sought-after skills or to broaden your professional horizons, to work with individuals on improving their financial outlook or with companies on managing complex assets, our applied learning programs will prepare you to excel as an accountant.
Today’s business leaders need technical knowledge and skills to thrive in competitive environments. Concentrate on big data analytics to learn how to make data-informed decisions that support operational efficiency and efficacy. Concentrate on CIS to learn the latest technologies in programming and development, database design and more — and how to apply those skills to support business success.