BBA in Information Systems
The information systems (IS) degree is first and foremost a business degree. IS students gain a solid foundation in business and become computer-savvy through hands-on experience with the latest technologies.
|CISM 2030 – Introduction to Business Programming
||CISM 4134 – Database Management
|CISM 2230 – Advanced Java
||CISM 4135 – Project Management & Development
|CISM 3134 – Data Communications
||CISM 4136 – Global Information Resource Management
|CISM 3135 – Systems Analysis & Design
Accounting Information Systems (AIS)
The AIS emphasis provides a solid understanding of general business principles with depth in technology and accounting.
Business Intelligence (BI)
The BI emphasis focuses on the use of information technology to identify trends and hidden patterns in an organization’s data and external environment and to predict how these trends and patterns will impact the organization’s activities and ultimate success.
Electronic Commerce (EC)
The EC emphasis provides exposure to the technical skills and business knowledge needed to develop web-based business applications.
Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP)
The ERP emphasis focuses on large, complex information systems that integrate business processes across an entire organization using SAP software. Students completing this emphasis earn an SAP University Alliances Recognition Award.
Enterprise Security (ES)
The ES emphasis focuses on the development and administration of security policies as they pertain to the management of information systems.
Logistics Information Systems (LIS)
The LIS emphasis focuses on the use of information technology as a critical enabler of the supply chain networks that businesses use to acquire, produce, and deliver goods and services all over the world.
Last updated: 2/13/2015