Business administration majors may elect an emphasis in information systems by completing courses for the minor in information systems.
The information systems curriculum is designed to develop professional and technical competence in computers, business and related fields. The program requires substantial programming and hands-on computer work. Courses are complemented by a variety of assignments, including writing and presentation, as well as development of computer applications.
Information systems courses include
- Database Systems Analysis and Design
- E-business Applications Development
- Database Programming
- Management Support Systems
- Simulation Models
- Capstone Information Systems Course
For more information about the information systems emphasis, contact Assistant Professor of Information Systems Rich Orwig, Ph.D.