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2022-2023 Catalog 
2022-2023 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Information Systems, B.A.S./B.S.

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Professors: Breeann Flesch, Jie Liu, Becka Morgan, Scot Morse
Associate professors: Lucas Cordova, Thaddeus Shannon


The Information Systems degree bridges the study of business and information systems and is less theoretical than the computer science major. An academic focus is placed on the practical application of technology in support of business operation, management and decision making. Graduates receive a solid foundation in enterprise computing. Enterprise computing encompasses various types of enterprise software required to support an organization’s operations and goals. We are committed to preparing graduates to become productive employees.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Design and implement information system solutions to meet organizational needs.
  2. Identify opportunities and implement systems using information technology to improve organizational efficiency and productivity.
  3. Manage ongoing information system operations.

Choose One

Choose either the Concentration or Elective Credits

Elective Credits: 16

At least 12 upper division credits.

Total Credits: 76


Information Systems majors must have a grade of C or better in courses that are used to satisfy the major requirements. Students must also have a C or better in all listed prerequisite courses unless waived by the course instructor and the computer science division chair.

Satisfactory Grade Use

Only Earth Science (ES) courses used in the IS: Geographic Information Systems Concentration  may be fulfilled with a grade of S.
No other program requirements may be fulfilled with a grade of S.
Do not select Satisfactory/No Credit grading for any other courses that will be used in the program.

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