A minor in Information Systems is designed to supplement your major field with the technical knowledge of business technology and processes. It equips the you, the graduate, with the right toolkit for applying the latest tech to enhance any area of expertise. The Information Systems minor also prepares the graduate for liaising with non-technical personnel, IT support, and upper management.
You will learn to decompose an organizational problem related to your field, develop a sound solution, and be able to integrate a technology-based solutions into an organizational environment.
INFS 120 - Foundations of Information Technology Credits: 3
INFS 226 - Hardware and Software Credits: 3
INFS 310 - Networks and Telecommunications Credits: 3
INFS 318 - Business Systems Analysis and Design Credits: 3
Choose 2 courses for a total of 6 credits from the following:
Any remaining INFS courses.
BSAD 487 - Internship in _________ Credits: 1–3
*Note: We are in the process of reducing the minor from 21-18 credits
Governments, non-government organizations (NGOs), and church organizations are beginning to embrace emerging web and Cloud technologies to provide information and services to their clients/customers. With this growth, the need of Information Systems specialist will increase.
The perfect pairs:
The Aviation Management Information System (AMIS) is responsible for the collection, storage, and analysis of flight data to provide decision support and assistance on developing policies for safer air travel.
The perfect pair:
Whether you are dealing with a ecological disaster, predicting harvest yields, or professionally designing a landscape, Information Systems is used to assist making critical decision based on live data. With the emergence of new tools such as drones and supporting applications, there will be an increase need to provide time and cost saving actionable reports.
The perfect pair: