Information Systems Major

The Information Systems major prepares students to design and deliver business solutions that integrate people, processes, and technology. Students learn to:

  • identify and analyze business opportunities
  • acquire and assess business solutions
  • lead and facilitate strategic initiatives
  • enable informed decision making
  • manage relationships with technology providers and customers

Information Systems majors study the analysis, design, development, and management of information systems in organizations. They develop an understanding of the need for information, its use in the decision-making process, and the procedures by which information is provided to management.

For a 51-credit major in information systems, students complete the following:

Business Core Requirements33
DATA 3210Business Analytics Methods3
or ISOM 4310 E-Business Applications
DATA 3260Database Systems3
ISOM 3240Systems Analysis and Logical Design3
ISOM 4320Systems Design and Implementation3
Select two additional elective courses in DATA or ISOM6
Total Credits51

Students must maintain at least a 2.5 average in all information systems and business analytics major courses.