The Information Systems Management degree provides an academic program that balances business management principles and the tools and technologies of computerized information systems. The areas of study include the functional areas of business, computer hardware and operating systems, network architecture and management, programming concepts, database management techniques, e-commerce and web development strategy, systems analysis and design, and project management.
Students completing the B.S. in Information Systems Management degree will be able to compete for positions related to Information Systems (IS), Information Technology (IT), and Business. Specific job titles may include: IS and IT consultants, information systems managers, database and software consultants, logistics managers, system or project managers, and network support services.
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