Bachelor of Science
in Information Systems,
230K+ Alumni Worldwide
The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) program and Information Management specialization are for those interested in applying computing technologies to a variety of business challenges. It links business and technology by focusing on the organizational applications of computers and related technologies. Instruction and coursework will develop your ability to apply technology tools to operational, strategic, and managerial challenges facing businesses in every field.
Demand in the corporate world is exploding for people who can bridge the gap between businesses and technologies by integrating all elements of an enterprise into a comprehensive network of information systems. Upon completing the BSIS program, you’ll be prepared for positions such as systems analyst, information technology (IT) manager, and IT consultant.
Students earning the Bachelor of Science in Information Systems with an Information Management specialization will learn to:
- Apply analytical skills, critical-thinking, and information systems concepts to organizational problem-solving
- Discuss the potential global impact of specific information systems solutions
- Evaluate and implement planning, design, and integration of information systems solutions in a competitive environment
- Plan and design organizational communications infrastructure and networking topology
- Improve information management procedures and processes
- Identify innovative and efficient solutions for solving organizational problems
- Demonstrate written and oral communication skills in a collaborative environment
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