Information Systems Degrees

Information Systems

Minor in Information Systems

The Information Systems minor is designed for those students interested in business-oriented, computer technology-based information resource systems. Students learn about both business processes and the computer technology used to support and enhance those processes.

Bachelor of Science in Information Systems

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems is designed for those students interested in business-oriented, computer technology-based information resource systems. 

Master's Degree in Information Systems

Armed with a formidable understanding of both computers and commerce, Information Systems professionals are uniquely qualified to help organizations navigate the intersection of technology and business. Study at the master's level can strengthen these qualifications even further.

Business Analytics

Minor in Business Analytics

The Business Analytics minor is designed to prepare students for desirable and lucrative jobs in one of the fastest-growing areas in today’s global economy. Students will learn core concepts in descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics. 

Master of Science in Business Analytics

Guided by expert faculty leadership, the online Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program can help you tap into the power of big data to drive smarter business and managerial decisions. You’ll develop a solid, in-depth understanding of blockchain, AI and other cutting-edge technologies helping to define the future of business.

The Information Systems area is a community of scholars that constantly seeks out new ways of applying technology and communications concepts to the informational tools that we all rely on in our personal and professional lives.

A degree in Information Systems not only gives graduates the ability to understand and manage current and emerging information systems, but also confers excellent technical management and communications skills. A background in Information Systems allows for a higher-level understanding of how different computer systems can talk and interface with each other – and thus facilitate and foster the spread of knowledge and ideas.

In today's mutable technological terrain, business professionals must be adept and quick to respond to new pressures and new ways of communicating. Programs within the Information Systems area build those skills in students through coursework about data technology, computer security and project management.