Bachelor of Information Systems
The Information Systems program focuses on the application of computer systems to solve business problems, and prepares you to pursue a career as programmer, programmer/analyst, or systems analyst.
In this program, you will study:
- Fundamentals of accounting, operating systems, and programming.
- Systems development methods.
- Database management and administration.
- Object-oriented programming in C++ and Java.
- Visual BASIC programming.
- Perl programming.
- HTML programming.
- Information systems theory.
- The average annual wage for IT Managers is $120,640.
- Employment of computer and information systems managers is expected to grow 17 percent over the 2008-18 decade, which is faster than average.
- While the 40-hour work-week is standard, it’s common to work longer hours. Some evening and weekend work may be required to meet deadlines or solve unexpected problems.
- Information Systems Managers may advance to higher leadership positions in an information technology department or, in a high technology firm, an area such as marketing, human resources, or sales.