Information Systems Management
Information Systems Management (ISM) is the study of technology, people, and organizations. ISM professionals use their knowledge to streamline company operations and manage various systems to better serve their clients. Students gain knowledge in database management, networks, computer security and more.
B.S., B.A., and Minor
Obtain an in-depth understanding of the intersection of business and technology. Information Systems (IS) specialists work closely with organizational users. They design, implement, and manage the computers, systems, networks, and data that support key business activities. Coursework is designed to strengthen adaptability to parallel rapidly evolving computer technologies as well as the human factors associated with their use in organizational settings.
Information Systems students prepare themselves to work with managers and users in organizations, helping them identify, select, and/or develop information technologies to accomplish their objectives. Students gain a broad business foundation as well as the necessary technical skills to solve a wide variety of business problems involving the collection and management of information.