The department offers a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Supply Chain Management (ISSCM) and a Minor in Information Technology. Students gain extensive experience using networked computer systems and contemporary applications software. The department assists students with career planning and professional development. Students with appropriate academic records are encouraged to seek an internship as juniors or seniors.
ISM 110 Challenge
Students may attempt to establish academic credit for ISM 110 (3 credits) through a special two-part examination for credit given in cooperation with the Undergraduate Student Services Office and the ISSCM department. Students must submit the Special Examination Request Application and proof of payment ($10) for admission to the exam. Students may take the exam only one time. The test is offered only during the drop-add period each semester and on Reading Days.
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