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We have a diverse, student-oriented, faculty who are active in research, work closely with students to bring real world experiences into the classroom, and are engaged with the community. They are committed to providing the best possible educational experience so that the graduates are well-prepared to meet the demands of today’s challenging and competitive workforce.

Degree Options

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)

Bachelor of Science

Master of Sciences

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Designated Programs

Our BAAS-IT, BBA-CIS, BS-CIS, and MS-IS programs are all designated as STEM programs as defined by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This designation has a direct impact on international students interested in these programs as it allows those with F-1 visas to remain in the United States after graduation for an additional 24 months under the optional practical training STEM extension. This extension makes it possible for students to undertake practical training for a total of 36 months. If this is of interest to you, reach out to the International Programs office for more detail and enroll today!

Clubs & Organizations

American Marketing Association- The collegiate chapter affiliation can help you gain valuable experience managing people, finances, projects and deadlines--perfect leadership skills to highlight on your resume! We focus on experiential learning activities such as professional development, community service and fund raising activities. We also host marketing and business speakers, etiquette dinners, resume workshops, and more.  

Associations of Information Technology Professionals: AITP focuses on preparing students for a career in IT. Conferences provide students industry insight and networking opportunities with IT professionals. This is the type of opportunity that looks great on your resume!

Research Areas

  • Computer and Network Security
  • Power Relations and Control in IS Implementation Projects and Programs
  • The Intersection of IS Practice and Legal Practice
  • The Relationship between IS and Human Flourishing in Organizations
  • Advertising
  • Consumer Psychology
  • Branding
  • Economic Well-being
  • Social Media
  • Sports Marketing
  • Logistics
  • International Marketing/Business
  • Omni-channel Consumer and the Salesperson
  • Salesperson's Influence on the Consumer Across Cultures
  • Consumer Behavior in Purchasing Decisions in Today's High-tech Environment
  • Innovative Teaching Pedagogy

News and Information

  • Important Dates
  • Dr. Del Nagy, CIS Professor, discusses practical benefits of a Tarleton degree in his field. Watch the video!
  • Marketing alum and current CIS major, Sammie Wight discusses why she decided to pursue a second bachelors degree in CIS at Tarleton. Watch the video.
  • Marketing alum, Lauren York, discusses experience at Tarleton. Watch the video.
  • Dr. Wu, Marketing Professor, discusses her students and the reinstatement of the American Marketing Association. Watch the video.
  • Sangeeta, CIS Graduate, discusses experience at Tarleton. Watch the video.
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Faculty Spotlight

Ceyhan Kilic (C.K.), Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, Marketing), is a recent addition to the Department of Marketing and Information Systems faculty in the College of Business Administration. C.K. views his students as customers and applies student-centric teaching methods in his classroom. C.K. brings a significant amount of teaching and research experience with him in marketing. He is the recipient of various research awards.