The Bachelors of Science in Information Systems degree provides a sound theoretical and practical working knowledge of information systems. Students learn principles of programming, database design, computer security, information systems strategy, and systems analysis through theoretical knowledge and hands on experience. Degree-seeking students complete a core curriculum consisting of twelve courses in the selected major and a guided independent researchproject. The independent research project allows students to apply theories and concepts learned in the classroom to real-world situation. Students are given the flexibility to complete general education requirements by taking general education courses offered in the School of Graduate and Professional Studies, transferring prior credits earned at other accredited colleges or universities, completing competency exams, or providing personal portfolio.
View the Information Systems - Professional Studies section of the academic bulletin.