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BBA: Information Systems

Information Systems (IS) combine computer hardware, software and telecommunication networks with people who use them. It is the link between the technical specialist and specialists in the field where the technology is applied. Communication skills and a good understanding of management, organizational behavior and business practices are critical in designing and maintaining a successful information systems.

The Information Systems major is designed to produce graduates equipped with the ability to integrate information systems into the business environment, to explore methods of leveraging business functions through information systems, and to function in entry-level, information systems positions with a basis for continued career growth. The curriculum reflects input from both industry and universities and responds to industry
requests for increased emphasis in technical orientation and improved skills for managers in strategic uses of information systems.

Credit Info

General Education-44

General Education requirements-44

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Required major courses-21

INFS226, 235, 310, 318, 428, 436, 447

Elective major courses-6

INFS397, 457, BSAD487

BBA core-39

BBA cognates-3




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