B.S. in Information Systems
The 129-credit Bachelor of Science degree program in Information Systems provides students with the educational background and practical experience that will enable them to function effectively in one of the fastest growing fields in the world. The program provides students with the knowledge and technical skills necessary to serve the information needs of an organization.
As a student of information systems, you will study fascinating and relevant subjects such as human-computer interaction, computer security, virtual worlds, and the fundamentals of networks. You will work in small class settings with experienced professors, mastering one of today’s most important fields while earning a broad, liberal-arts based education and a credential that will open doors to study at the graduate level or rewarding employment.
Upon completion of the program the graduate will:
- Understand the theoretical and practical foundations and real-world applications of information systems and computer science
- Analyze and specify information systems requirements
- Design and build reliable and maintainable information systems using state-of-the-art technology
- Facilitate the integration of computer information systems into an organization