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Information Systems Major

Program Outcomes: 
Students completing a major in information systems are prepared to function as professionals in the discipline or to continue their education in graduate school. In accordance with the Association for Computing Machinery’s Computing Curricula Report, students who successfully complete the major in Information Systems will be able to analyze information requirements and business processes and be able to specify and design computing infrastructures and information systems that are aligned with corporate strategic missions and goals. They will understand both technical and organizational factors, enabling them to help an organization determine how information and technology-enabled business processes can provide a competitive advantage. They will exhibit strong analytical and critical thinking skills, ethical principles, and interpersonal communication and team skills.

Requirements:
Business Administration Core Courses + 18 credits in
the following:
BU 235 Management Information Systems
IS 222 Programming Logic and Design
IS 310 Systems Analysis
IS 330 Information Technology Infrastructure
IS 340 Security, Ethics and Intellectual Property
IS 350 Database Management Systems
In addition, the MIS student is encouraged to complete
either the Programming or Multimedia minor.

Recommended Coursework:
BU 388 Business Ethic