The Information Systems major is for people who want to solve problems businesses
face and create new opportunities by using the latest computer technology. They help
organizations use technology to operate more efficiently. They work with other business
and IT people to build systems for executives and managers that support their decisions.
As an ISYS major, you will complete 24 credit hours in ISYS, including courses such
as systems analysis and design, business project development, and ERP fundamentals.
When you graduate, you will have a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
or a Bachelor of Science in International Business, with a major in Information Systems,
and a concentration in one of the following:
Enterprise Resource Planning
These courses are taught by faculty members who are on the leading edge of research,
with the ISYS department being ranked consistently among the top 5 in the world.
As an undergraduate ISYS major, you are given the opportunity to:
Learn to integrate business process concepts
Experience large enterprise systems
Understand data warehousing technology
Top 10 Reasons to Major in ISYS
Computing is part of everything we do!
Expertise in Information Systems will enable you to solve complex, challenging problems.
Computing will enable you to make a positive difference in the world.
Information Systems offers many types of lucrative careers.
Information Systems and computer-related jobs are here to stay.
Expertise in computing and Information Systems will help you even if your primary
career choice is something else.
Computing offers great opportunities for true creativity and innovativeness.
Information Systems has room for both collaborative work and individual effort.
Computer knowledge is an essential part of well-rounded academic preparation.
Future opportunities in information systems are without boundaries.
Organizations around the world are searching for people who can translate the outputs
of information technology in ways that provide real value. Our information systems
students learn how to connect and share information, making it more more accessible
and relevant. No matter the job title, you will be fluent in the languages needed
to help turn technology into better business decisions.
The department also offers certificates for non-majors in Enterprise Resource Planning
and Business Intelligence, which is an excellent way to differentiate yourself from
the competition. In fact, sometimes one extra course, like ERP Fundamentals, can make
a huge difference in your employability. Enterprise Resource Planning certificate
is endorsed by SAP University Alliances and Business Intelligence certificate is endorsed