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Masters Program: Student Services

Master of Science in Computer Information Systems (MSCIS)

Degree at a Glance

Degree at a Glance




     -30 credits


     -$650 per credit

     -Financial aid is available; eligibility determined on an individual basis


     -Can be completed in as few as 18 months

Degree awarded

     -Master of Computer Information Systems 

          -Cybersecurity Concentration

          -Health Informatics Concentration

          -Thesis Option

          -Non-Concentration Option

Offered by

     -Department of Computer Science

Program Overview

Student Services


Hours: 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. Monday- Friday

Tutoring After hours tutoring , library 5:00 pm 9 9:00 pm

The Talladega College Student Success Center (SSC) was conceptualized in 2014 to provide students with the tools and resources needed to be successful – including early alert, appreciative counseling/coaching, tutoring, academic success workshops, retention solution strategies and academic coaching. The SSC’s mission is to offer diversity in programs and initiatives to assist students in their academic endeavors and all aspects of college life. The Center is positioned as a “one-stop-shop” for academic support and services on campus; the prominent force for the development and retention of students. Specifically, to advance learning, scholastic development, engagement and retention for all enrolled students through degree completion and beyond.

Academic Services

Academic Coaching
Academic Recovery Assistance
Early Alert/Absence Warnings Intervention Strategies
Individual and Group Peer Tutoring
Supplemental Instruction
Study Group Sessions
Success Seminars
Peer Mentoring 

Success Seminars

Student Success Center staff offers success seminars throughout the semester to support students pursuing academic goals. Seminar topics include but are not limited to:

  • Note Taking
  • Test Preparation
  • Test Anxiety
  • Academic Check-up
  • College Success
  • Future goal assessment
  • STAR-ASE (Students Targeted to Achieve Retention through Academic Success & Engagement)

Student Co-Curricular and Service Learning Opportunities

Peer Tutoring

Peer mentoring


  • A 2.75 GPA for each service areas except tutoring which requires a 3.0 and above and 2 faculty recommendations.
  • Be a Junior or Senior
  • Be Passionate
  • Be Responsible
  • Be Dependable
  • Be an Excellent Communicator

Peer tutors are CRLA trained, faculty recommended, and have earned an A in the course in which they tutor.

Contact Us


Swayne Hall –2nd Floor


Jane Bailey, Director 


Celeste P. Bell-Young, Student Success Coach

256.761.6111  or

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October 12 – December 28, 2020

Spring I:

January 11 – March 29, 2021

Spring II:

April 12 – June 28, 2021


July 12 – September 27, 2021


October 11 – December 27, 2021




Teresa Garrett

Administrative Career Coach for the Master of Computer Science Program

Office Phone: 256-761-6207
Office: Savery Library, Main Office

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