Go Back To Previous Page
Academic Initiative

RISE Up 4 Computer Science

  • Sponsor: Other
  • Registration Deadline: 5/31

Program Overview

  • This program is a 7-week virtual course designed to teach high school students Information System curriculum. Students meet twice a week virtually to review topics including: - Information Systems in Organizations - Hardware and Systems in Technology - System Software and Application - Software, Internet, Intranet, and Extranet - Network System Technology, Enterprise - Business Systems, Decision Support - Systems and Specialized Information System - Systems Development - Data Management - Business, Social, and Ethical Implications and Issues - Introduction to Programming At the conclusion of the course students will have the opportunity to take the CLEP Information System examination to receive college credit.


  • At the conclusion of the program students have an opportunity to apply for a waiver to pay for their CLEP examination. A closing ceremony occurs at the end of the program where students are recognized and will receive certificates for their various academic achievements.

Program Contact

  • Kinnis Gosha
  • kinnis.gosha@morehouse.com


  • Southeast
  • United States
  • 830 Westview Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30314, USA

Type Of Program


  • Other


  • Computer Science




Research, Roles & Responsibilities

Research Components

  • Other

Other Components


Identity & Inclusion

  • Students' self-efficacy around technology and information system actions is evaluated throughout the course. The program is designed to increased students efficacy around information system actions.

Diversity Groups (Social Identity)

  • Gender

  • Race-Ethnicity

Race/Ethnic Minority Group

  • African American/Black

Inclusionary Practices/Activities

  • N/A


Mentoring Components

  • Mentors Provide Mentees With Access To Academic Resources

    (E.G. Precollegiate, Collegiate, Graduate, Postdoc, Faculty Training, Standardized Test Preparation, Writing Workshops, Research Workshops, Tenure And Promotion Information)

  • Mentors Provide Regular Scheduled Meetings With Mentees

  • Mentors Provide Support With Academic Or Discipline Specific Knowledge Through Direct Teaching

Empowering Activities

  • Other

Past Participant Decision Making

  • Other


  • N/A
  • We anticipate students to pass the CLEP Information Systems examination for college credit.

Evaluation Methods

  • Program Survey(s)

Anticipated Outcomes

  • Attendance

  • Completing Course(s)

  • Other

Key Performance Indicators

Throughout the course we track students academic performance on chapter exams, self-efficacy as it relates to information systems knowledge, and their CLEP exam score.

Send listing report

You already reported this listing

This is private and won't be shared with the owner.



No similar items were found


Translate »

Sign in

Send Message

My favorites

Application Form

Claim Business