Information Systems Concentration

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Concentration Coordinator: Barry D. Floyd

The Information Systems (IS) Concentration prepares students to enter the exciting world of information technology in business. Students learn to integrate key IS concepts and technologies through coursework in database systems, application development, systems analysis and design, software quality, and project management. The IS faculty develop students for professional careers by focusing on teamwork, strong interpersonal skills, turning theory into practice, and employing state-of-the-art technologies in the classroom. IS graduates are in high demand by recruiters because of their ability to apply an understanding of technology to problems while maintaining a focus on the business context. IS graduates enjoy exciting career opportunities as business analysts, social media developers, consultants, systems developers, website designers, and project managers, among many others.

BUS 392Business Application Development4
BUS 393Database Systems in Business4
BUS 394System Analysis and Design4
BUS 395Systems Design and Implementation4
Approved Electives
Select from the following:8
Selected Advanced Topics (Technology Supported Collaboration)
Decision Support Systems
Software Testing
Electronic Commerce
Directed Topics in Information Systems
Data Communications and Networking
Total units24