Information Systems are utilized in every area of modern business and life. There appears to be no immediate end in sight for the demand for IS graduates. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, IS majors will hold three of the top eight growth jobs over the next eight years. At the bachelor’s level, six of the top 10 growing occupations are in information systems. IS majors also have leading edge tools and techniques in their grasp and will enter careers with strong salaries according to www.computerworld.com.
Our curriculum is designed to prepare you for employment as:
- Information systems managers
- Local and wide area networks managers
- Website managers
- Information services managers
- Information analysts
- Systems analysts
- Information systems designers
- Computer programmers
- Computer consultants
- End-user support specialists
- Development and training specialists
- Information center specialists
The use of computerized systems is widespread in every phase of modern business. A major or a minor in IS is designed to provide business professionals majoring in a business discipline with the skills necessary to understand and to use computerized business systems effectively and efficiently.
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