It equips students with critical skills and knowledge required to direct and to control computerized information resources within diverse organizational settings.
The curriculum is designed to respond to the need for Information Systems professionals with Systems Management and Development expertise.
Duration: Bachelor’s degree requires about 8 semesters or 4 years
Program delivery: 12-15 credits per normal semester and 6 credits per summer semester
Internship: placement on a 3-month internship
Courses: Apart from courses closely related to the program, students take general education courses.
|Information Systems Electives||15|
Core Courses (44 Credits)
|Course Code||Course Name||Credits|
|ICT 101||Fundamentals of Information Technology||3|
|CPT 182||Programming In C||3|
|CPT 201||Introduction to Java||3|
|ICT 128||Web Application Technique||3|
|ICT 130||Introduction to Operating System||3|
|ICT 220||Database Management Systems||3|
|ISYS 2301||Enterprise Architecture and Systems||3|
|ISYS 2310||IT Infrastructure||3|
|ICT 225||Data communication and Networks||3|
|MIS 215||Information System Analysis||3|
|MIS 285||Project Management||3|
|MIS310||Information System Design||3|
|ISYS 4310||IS Strategy, Management and Acquisition||3|
|ISYS 4270||Information System Project I||2|
|ISYS 4380||Information System Project II||3|
Graduates of the Program are recruited by a wide range of employers in global consulting, manufacturing, consumer products, finance, and software firms. The Information Systems program enables the students to apply computer technology to business problems. As technology continues to be an integral part of organizational operations and innovation, graduates can be hired as:
Contact Program Chair Dr. Joseph Mani for more information.