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CIS at Baruch

The Computer Information Systems (CIS) programs at the Zicklin School of Business provide a strong foundation in the business and managerial issues related to information technologies.


The Department offers degree programs at the undergraduate (BBA), masters (MBA and MS) and doctoral (Ph.D.) levels.


Visit CISNET for more information.


CIS Library Committee

CIS Faculty members on library committee:

Raquel Benbunan-Fich

Ariel Harel

Rongning Wu

Yu (Ryan) Yue


News! Geographic Information Systems Practicum

GIS consists of software and data used for geographical analysis and map making. It can be applied to any discipline.

Introduction to GIS using Open Source Software is a day-long workshop offered a few times each semseter (beginning in Spring 2011). Current members of Baruch (students, faculty and staff) and CUNY grad students, faculty and staff can register.

Visit the GIS practicum page for eligibility, registration, and course details.



This guide is a general introduction to resources in the field of Computer Information Systems (CIS). It is not a comprehensive listing of sources, but rather a starting point for locating:

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