On Campus, Online Exclusive - Asynchronous
The Information Systems program offers a variety of courses to provide students a balance of technical skills and knowledge of the management of technology within a business. The program meets the model curriculum guidelines set by AITP (Association of Information Technology Professionals) and the model curriculum of ACM (Association of Computing Machinery). The faculty members are dedicated to providing students with an up-to-date and challenging curriculum.
Herberger Business School
What previous degree and/or experience is required prior to admission to this program?
High School / GED
Required GPA for graduation
Program Learning Outcomes
Herberger Business School Core Objectives:
1: Students will be effective written and oral communicators.
1.1: Students will communicate effectively in writing using appropriate content, organization, expression, and mechanics.
1.2: Students will make an effective business presentation.
2: Students will be competent problem solvers.
2.1: Students will prepare and defend an effective solution to a business case or problem.
3: Students will be effective collaborators.
3.1: Students will effectively contribute to the completion of group tasks.
4: Students will be competent in the business core.
4.1: Students will demonstrate understanding of and apply core disciplinary concepts in business.
4.2: Students will recognize ethical problems and present defensible ethical solutions.
4.3: Students will apply global perspectives to business situations.
Information Systems Major Objectives:
1. Students will Identify the roles of information systems in business organizations.
2. Students will apply systems concepts to analyze a business problem and recommend an information systems solution.
3. Students will apply project management knowledge areas through project management processes to successfully manage projects i.e., meeting requirements, budget, and schedule.
4. Students will model enterprise data requests and utilize database management systems.
5. Students will create information systems applications using current system analysis and design processes and techniques.