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Field of Administrative Sciences

Computer Information systems

Computer Information systems (Dual Degree)

Required Courses Dual Degree Duration
52 Courses Available 8 Semesters
Language Credit Hours Annual Fees
English 140 Cr. Hrs. 160,000 EGP


Program Overview

A bachelor’s degree in computer information systems (CIS) helps you develop the knowledge and skills needed to leverage technology used in any business or organization – a skill that’s valued across a wide range of industries. Your CIS degree can support careers in fields like systems analysis, business applications programming, business database design and decision support across public, private, nonprofit and government entities worldwide.

A dual bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from Arizona State University and Galala University is the best choice for future professionals seeking to achieve efficient and effective management of organizations by leveraging technology and applying the appropriate computer systems – a skill that is highly valued across a wide range of industries. Students will learn about the exciting and innovative ways that information technology is used to help these organizations succeed.

What is a bachelor’s in computer information systems?

The curriculum of a computer information systems degree focuses on using information technology to enable positive business outcomes. This includes everything from developing more effective operational strategies to identifying opportunities to increase revenue and improving the customer experience. You’ll also learn how to engage with key stakeholders, like staff, employees, suppliers and government officials. As you earn this degree, you can expect to learn how to design, build and maintain information systems that support business operations and managerial decision-making.


You’ll also build an understanding of how using technology can lead to better results for organizations. Developing this perspective is a key differentiator for the degree. This sort of view can support a common need to serve as a liaison between colleagues who focus on business and those whose duties revolve around technology.

Is there demand for graduates with a CIS degree in the workforce?

There is a high demand for professionals in this field, not only for business organizations in the private or international sectors but also for Egyptian governmental organizations.  In alignment with Egypt Vision 2030, and all the efforts embarked by the Ministry of Communication and Technology (MCIT) to build ‘Digital Egypt’, the CIS degree will equip its graduates with all needed skills to be effective contributors in the digital transformation of Egypt.

  • AccoladesThe Arizona State University Computer Information Systems BS degree is offered by the AACSB-accredited W. P. Carey School of Business. AACSB has become the gold standard of business-school accreditations, and is the most prestigious, longstanding, and internationally recognized accreditation available for schools of business. To be one of the elite AACSB-accredited business schools, is to be part of an established tradition of excellence. A W. P. Carey School degree backed by AACSB accreditation gives you a distinct competitive advantage in your career. In order to obtain AACSB accreditation, a school and its programs are evaluated against 21 accreditation standards, covering instruction, research, curriculum development, faculty, and student learning. Accreditation typically takes five to seven years to obtain, with reviews every five years thereafter to ensure that the program's level of quality is maintained.


GU requirements:

  • 2 admission tests: a cognitive test which represents 25%, a critical thinking test which represents 5% and the rest is your Thanaweya Amma or the equivalent certificate which will represent the rest of the 70%.

ASU requirements:

  • Students must complete the following eight courses before enrolling at ASU with a GPA of 3.4 or higher: CIS 105/BIS111 , MAT 210/MAT235, ECN 211/ECO113, MAT 211/MAT236 , ACC 231/ACC112, ECN 212/ECO114, ECN 221/MAT335, and ACC 241/ACC122.
  • No individual course may have a grade below a C (2.0). Cumulative GPA for all courses in semesters 1-4 must be 3.0 or higher.
  • TOEFL iBT of 61, IELTS of 6.0, PTE of 53, Duolingo English Test 95 or successful completion of ASU’s English for Undergraduate Admissions and Achievement course.


With a degree in computer information systems, career choices are limitless. A computer information systems degree offers job opportunities in a variety of industries and both national and multinational corporations.

Career examples include, but are not limited to, those shown in the following list:

Project Manager/Specialist

System Analyst/ Consultant

Business Intelligence Analyst

Application Programmer

Corporate Web Developer

Data Management Specialist

Database Administrator (DBA)

Tuition Fees

  • Annual tuition fees: 320,000 EGP
  • Annual administrative fees (to be paid before the first semester): 14,900 EGP
  • Admission administrative fees(To  be paid once on the admission’s semester): 6,000 EGP
  • Total first year’s fees: 340,900 EG
  • Admission’s semester fees: 180,900 EGP
  • Second-semester fees: 160,000 EGP
  • Next year’s fees: 334,900 EGP