Information Systems (BS)
This program prepares students with a holistic background in technology management including all elements that comprise an organization’s digital transformation. Topics include discovery of cutting-edge technologies, cyber defense, information science, data analytics and traditional and agile project management. An understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) and its implication in automating a lean, competitive workplace of the future will be explored.
General Education Requirements
All degree seeking undergraduate students must complete the general education requirements.
Bachelor of Science degree consists of a major of typically 45 to 60 credits, general education courses, and elective courses totaling a minimum of 120 credits.
|ITM 305||Introduction to Computer-Based Information Systems||4|
|ITM 342||Project and Lifecycle Management||4|
|ITM 400||Managing Technology Organizations||4|
|ITM 410||Foundations of Cyber Security and Network Defense||4|
|ITM 420||Applied Systems Analysis and Design||4|
|ITM 425||Digital Transformation of Business||4|
|BUS 388||Business Analytics, Tools & Techniques||4|
|CSC 230||Database Design||4|
|ITM 440||Applied Research Project||4|
|ITM 345||The Evolution of Agile Management||4|
|ITM 434||Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence||4|
|Students will select one course from the list below:||4|
|Introduction to Computer Science (4)|
|Client-Side Web Development (4)|
|Microsoft Excel Core (4)|