Information Systems and Business Analytics (B.S.)
Information Systems and Business Analytics is an organized approach to the study of the information needs of an organization's management at every level in making operational, tactical, and strategic decisions. Its objective is to design and implement procedures, processes, and routines that provide suitably detailed reports in an accurate, consistent, and timely manner.
Why Choose Information Systems?
The Information Systems Department offers:
A B.S. in Information Systems: If you desire to attain a career in business management along with statistical and electronical research, etc., you should choose this degree. Based on your career goals, you will be taking courses geared towards:
- System Development
- Database Management
Find more information, including course description, on Management Information Systems for Business Majors Minor and Management Information Systems for Non-Business Majors Minor
What Will You Learn?
As a Management Information Systems major, you will be taking a combination of both elective and required courses that will teach you to:
- Plan, analyze, design, and implement information systems projects.
- Analyze business decisions by applying analytics and decision-making models.
- Plan, design, develop applications, and maintain relational database management systems.
- Identify ethical issues embedded in decisions and be able to apply appropriate ethical principles.
What Will You Do?
Studying Management Information Systems will provide multiple opportunities to attain any career in this field whether it be analyzing computers and databases, managing data analytics, etc.
- Software applications developer
- Information security analyst
- Computer systems analyst
- Database administrator
- Management analyst
- Computer network architect
- System administrator
- Information System Security Manager
- Chief Information Officer
- Chief Technology Officer