Welcome to the Center for Information Systems at Kent State University
The Center for Information Systems, in the Department of Management & Information Systems of the College of Business Administration at Kent State, promotes cooperation and interchange with regional Information Systems Executives, Kent State Information Systems Faculty, and Kent State Undergraduate and Graduate Information Systems Students.
The CIS corporate members and Kent State members of CIS (faculty, students, and administrators) are dedicated to improving the development, application, and management of information systems through quality undergraduate, masters, and doctoral instruction, internationally recognized research, and service to area businesses and other profit and non-profit 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. The 25 year anniversary was celebrated in October 2011. Photos from the 25th Anniversary Celebration
CIS 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.
For more Information ContactDr. Catherine Bakes
- Discover career options in computer information systems, computer science and digital sciences
- Find out about the many different job options and functions in information technology and the industries they serve.
- Get detailed career information on specific areas of IT from industry professionals
- Prepare polished résumés
- Learn about internships/job opportunities