What is Information Systems (IS)?
Information Systems (IS) is the use of management techniques to collect and process data in order to develop technological solutions for contemporary business problems.
Individuals with IS backgrounds possess a knowledge of both business and information technology, which allows them to harness the power of technological tools to improve performance and productivity, drive innovation, expand business, and make better business decisions.
The IS major prepares students for positions in information management, business intelligence/analytics, database administration, systems design, networking, security and project management, and more.
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- Identify, collect, and analyze large data sets in organizational settings.
- Understand modern data storage methodologies.
- Develop technological solutions for contemporary business problems.
- Communicate technological concepts to business executives and users.
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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Information Systems
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