The Department of Information Systems offers three degree programs: (1) a Master’s of Science in Information Systems—a 36-hour applied program which prepares graduates to excel as IT leaders in the global economy; (2) a Bachelor of Business Administration with a Major in Information Security and Assurance; and (3) a Bachelor of Business Administration with a Major in Information Systems. Both baccalaureate degree programs lead to careers in the field of information technology.
In addition, the Department offers two Certificate programs: (1) a Certificate in Information Security, and (2) a Certificate in Information Technology. The Certificate in Information Security prepares students to protect the information and technology assets of organizations. The Certificate in Information Technology prepares students to use technology in their workplace, with foundation skills in web development and database. Both Certificates allow the students to increase marketability and add an important credential to their resume.
The Department offers courses in a variety of formats to meet the needs of traditional and non-traditional students. Courses are offered in the traditional, face-to-face format, as well as online or in the hybrid format (part in-class and part online). The Department also has an active co-op/internship program that allows students to gain valuable experience in the IT field.