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Bachelor of Science in Information Systems

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems equips learners with a foundational framework, practical skills, and ethical values essential for career success in the information systems field.

Students who major in information systems will develop professional competencies in managing information, computers, databases, systems analysis, and business principles related to information systems. With the opportunity to choose an emphasis area, students can pursue personal or specific career interests within the field of information systems.

Emphases available:

  • Business Information Systems
  • Cyber Security
  • Data Analytics
  • General Information Systems
  • Health Information Systemsy

A Bachelor of Science in Information Systems will help prepare you for a career in:

  • Electronic Data Processing
  • Database Administration
  • Information Systems Management
  • Systems Analysis
  • Information Security
  • Computer Programming

Graduates will also be equipped to continue their studies in graduate programs in information systems, information technology, or related fields.

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