Information Systems | Degree in Information Systems
The B.S. in Information Systems synthesizes business applications and technology within a business context. Graduates will be prepared for roles in the high-demand Information Systems industry as business analysts, system developers, information security analysts, and related roles.
Major in Information Systems
The degree in Information Systems within the McLane College of Business is for the person that wishes to integrate their interests in technology and business in a very applied manner. Students will gain an in-depth understanding of the technologies that impact business practices and processes, a basic understanding of those business practices and processes, and many hands-on experiences. Graduates of this program will be able to step into business systems roles immediately upon graduation, as the program is very practice-oriented for knowledge and skills development.
Why should I choose to study information systems?
Graduates of this program will be able to step into business systems roles immediately upon graduation, as the program is very practice-oriented for knowledge and skills development.
What are some information systems courses I will take?
Courses allow students to create, build, and integrate proficiency in data-related skills, programming languages, website design, business analysis, infrastructure considerations, and emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence.
- Systems Analysis & Design
- Project Management
- Database Development
- Web Development
- Networking & I.T. Security
Preparing you for a M.S. in Information Systems
The B.S. in Information Systems also prepares graduates to enter the M.S. in Information Systems program at the McLane College of Business. The M.S.I.S. program further increases the technology learning and application while integrating content to prepare graduates to move into supervisory and leadership positions within Information Systems organizations. The M.S.I.S. includes Data Analytics, Supply Chain Management, and Information Security Management concentrations. All concentrations lead to certifications.
What are some career options?
- Business analyst
- Information security analyst
- System developer
What graduate studies can be pursued with an Information Systems degree?
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Why Study Bachelors in Information Systems at UMHB?
UMHB’s new Information Systems program combines the expertise of some of the world’s leading experts with the personal attention that comes with small class sizes and dedicated professors. You’ll be challenged to apply a Christian perspective to ethical issues arising in this dynamic field while learning sought-after business and technical skills. This degree will give students a solid foundation for an exciting and rewarding career.Apply Now
This program and the M.S. in Information Systems program are supported by an Information Systems Industry Advisory Team comprising over 20 professionals in the field, including many graduates of the Information Systems programs at the McLane College of Business. This advisory team helps to ensure that courses include the most current thoughts and technologies