A critical mission of the department of Information Systems is to offer high quality programs in information systems at the undergraduate and doctoral level. The department seeks to provide opportunities for students to study and apply various technical and organizational knowledge and skills. The department’s regularly updated curricula are taught by a team of highly qualified faculty that engages in research and brings corporate and government technical IT work experience to the classroom. The programs are suitable for students who are planning (1) to work in a corporate environment, (2) to operate their own business, (3) to obtain a strong background for pursuing graduate studies. The program enables the student to develop solid foundations in key technologies, methodologies, processes, and organizational skills.
Requirements for the B.S. Degree in Information Systems
A minimum of 120 credit hours are required to graduate with a B.S. in Information Science. These credit hours are distributed as follows:
General Education and University Requirements 42
Business Core and Supporting Requirements 48
Information Systems Major Requirements 30
Total Credits 120
All Supporting, Business Core, Supporting and Major Requirements must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher.