Information Systems Major

A Practical Major

In a world where organizations globalize and flatten their hierarchies, managers must make more complex decisions and turn to more and better information aid in this process. The information systems program provides education and training so that students can help lead organizational change projects in transforming and improving business processes and in designing and creating new, innovative digital products and services. The Information systems major educates students in using computer technology and data science to develop solutions to society’s most pressing challenges. Students are equipped for roles in environments with widespread integrated systems, impacted by mobile and web based technologies. Such careers include business and system analysts, system designers, web developers, computer network managers, information systems managers, etc.

As an information systems major, you can look forward to employment in Software Application Design and Development, Database Design and Administration, Project Management and Systems Analysis.  Information Systems professionals often find themselves bridging the traditional knowledge gap between information technology specialists and end users. Our graduates are employed in the information fields, working at the forefront of innovation in areas as diverse as business, health care, education, oil and gas, construction, and technology.

Because information systems are critical to every aspect of every business in every field, job opportunities are excellent.

Learn about our other majors: Accounting • Finance • General Business • Management • Marketing

This page was last updated on: August 21, 2018