The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) program links business and technology, and there is great demand in the corporate world for people who can integrate all elements of the enterprise into a comprehensive network of responsive, proactive information delivery systems. Information systems have become increasingly important in fields such as healthcare and criminal justice. The BSIS program includes: data communications, systems analysis, system development, database management system, project management, enterprise architecture, IT infrastructure and IS strategy, management and acquisition.
A Transition Program is available for students in the BSIS to Master of Science in Management Information Systems. Students must meet certain requirements as detailed.
BSIS/ Master of Science in Management Information Systems (MSMIS) Transition Program
Students can select CIS 601 and any one of the following two courses: DAT604 and CIS 602. The number of courses required to earn an MSMIS degree for Transition Program students is reduced from 12 to 10 courses, depending on courses selected and grades earned. Students must complete graduate-level coursework taken as part of the BSIS degree with a grade of B or better. This coursework, which counts as electives, will not transfer as graduate-level credit to National University or any other institution as it is part of an undergraduate degree program. Grades earned in graduate level courses will be calculated as part of the student’s undergraduate grade point average. Students must be within completing their last six courses in their undergraduate program and have a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.00 to be eligible. Students must apply for and begin the MSMIS program within six months after completing their final BSIS course. Students must complete their MSMIS program within four years with no break exceeding 12 months.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Apply analytical and critical thinking skills, and information systems concepts for solving organizational problems.
- Discuss the potential global impact of specific information systems solutions.
- Evaluate and implement organizational planning, design, and integration of information systems solutions in competitive environment.
- Plan and design organizational communications infrastructure and networking topology.
- Improve strategic information management procedures and processes.
- Identify innovative and efficient solutions to solve organizational problems.
- Demonstrate written and oral communication skills in a collaborative environment.
- CIS 301 Mgmt Information Systems
- CIS 310 Technology Project Management
- CIS 320 Systems Analysis & Integration
- CIS 350 Database Management Systems
- CIS 421 Enterprise Architecture
- CIS 422 IT Infrastructure
- CIS 423 IS Strategy, Mgt & Acquisition
- CSC 350 Computer Ethics
- CIS 420A Information Systems Project I
- CIS 420B Information Systems Project II
- CIS 430 Web/EB Design & Development
- CIS 460 Human Factor /Ergonomic Design
- ITM 420 Local Area Networks
- ITM 430 Wide Area Networks
- ITM 470 Information Security Managemen
- ITM 475 Information Security Technolog