In the world today you cannot effectively perform without a solid understanding of the role of Information Systems in business and national and global economy.
This is the lifeblood of the modern enterprise, making up the single largest portion of capital spending among US corporations.
The Information Systems program focuses on effective use of Information Technology in business. You are equipped with logical and analytical thinking in all areas of business and a strong basis for continued career growth in a variety of growing professions. You will develop the technical skills, business know-how, and administrative insights required for acquisition, deployment, and management of IT resources and services development, operation and evolution of IS infrastructure for use in accounting, finance, marketing, management, and other business processes.
Requirements for the Information Systems
The courses emphasize both team and individual work, allowing you to gain critical thinking skills, knowledge, and experience to analyze, design, program, implement, and use information systems.
In addition to the Core requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, you will take the following courses:
Information Systems requirements
- Introduction to Business Problem Solving, ISMG2050
- Designing for the Web, ISMG2800
Upper Division: Junior Year
- Principles of Information Systems, ISMG3000
- Enterprise Data and Content Management, ISMG3500
- System Strategy, Architecture and Design, ISMG3600
Upper Division: Senior Year
- Building Business Applications, ISMG4200
- Business Data Communications and Networking, ISMG4700
- Project Management and Practice, ISMG4900
It is particularly important to take the required courses in the proper sequence to fulfill the prerequisites and ensure you can complete your degree within four years. Please refer to the sample degree plan for the recommended course sequence.
Information Systems Electives
- Accounting Systems and Data Processing, ACCT3054
- Intermediate Programming, CSC2312
- Data Structures and Program Design, CSC2421
- Information Security and Compliance, ISMG4300
- Business Intelligence and Financial Modeling, ISMG4750
- Customer Relationship Management, ISMG4760
Please see the course catalog for course descriptions.