What is Information Systems?
Information systems (IS) is concerned with the information that computer systems can provide to aid a company, non-profit or governmental organization in defining and achieving its goals. It is also concerned with the processes that an enterprise can implement and improve using information technology. IS professionals must understand both technical and organizational factors, and must be able to help an organization determine how information and technology-enabled business processes can provide a foundation for superior organizational performance. They serve as a bridge between the technical and management communities within an organization.
- Students can use their proficiency in information systems principles & practices and quantitative analysis to solve a variety of problems.
- Students can explain the quantitative and business principles that underlie information systems.
- Students will understand the ethical and societal concerns and dilemmas facing information systems professionals and can formulate appropriate solutions and courses of action.
- Students can work effectively in teams and communicate effectively.
- IS Program Requirements
- IS Program Requirements for Catalog Years 2014-2015 and Later
- IS / Business Administration Combined Major Program Requirements
- Combined Major in Information Systems and e-Business
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