The Information Systems concentration places emphasis on computer programming, systems development, databases, network management, e-commerce, information security, and web site development. This is the more technical of the two programs and the one with the highest demand for graduates. Graduates of the program accept positions as web developers, programmers, systems analysts, IT quality analysts, applications developers, and database analysts.
- Employ a systems approach and a system development method to understand business problems.
- Design and develop business software applications.
- ISM 116 Web Design and Development (3 credit hours)
- ISM 240 Business Programming I (3 credit hours)
- ISM 301 Systems and Process Analysis (3 credit hours)
- ISM 321 Telecommunications Management (3 credit hours)
- ISM 324 Information Systems Security (3 credit hours)
- ISM 452 Design of Management Information Systems (3 credit hours)