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Bachelor of Science in
Information Systems

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Good business decisions require good information. The purpose of an information system is to provide management with the information that is essential to decision-making, and to assist in interpreting that information.

Students interested in using information technology and the Internet to solve business problems and in devising new and more efficient solutions, should consider a major in information systems. The major is intended to prepare students for their first job in information systems, which is normally as a systems analyst. In that job, you will study problems, design solutions and implement those solutions using information technology. The major will also prepare students for continued growth as a manager in information systems.

 

Who Hires Our Undergraduates?

Apple

Adobe

Boeing

Walt Disney Studios

Who Hires Our Graduates?

 

 

Information Systems Curriculum

Requirements for current students may vary based upon catalog year. See the Admissions & Program Requirements page for year-specific information.

  • ACCTG 201: Financial Accounting
  • ACCTG 202: Managerial Accounting
  • ECON 101: Principles of Economics (Macro)
  • ECON 102: Principles of Economics (Micro)
  • FIN 240: Legal Environment of Business
  • MIS 180: Principles of Information Systems
  • RWS 290: Business Communications (formerly BA 290)
  • MATH 120 or MATH 150: Calculus for Business Analysis
  • STAT 119 or ECON 201: Elementary Statistics for Business or Statistical Methods
  • BA 300: Ethical Decision Making in Business (1-unit)
  • BA 310: Foundations of Business in a Global Environment (1-unit)
  • BA 323: Fundamentals of Finance
    Prereq. Credit or concurrent registration in BA 310
  • BA 350: Management & Organizational Behavior
    Prereq. Credit or concurrent registration in BA 310
  • BA 360: Introduction to Operations & Supply Chain
    Prereq. Credit or concurrent registration in BA 310
  • BA 370: Marketing
    Prereq. Credit or concurrent registration in BA 310
  • MIS 301: Statistical Analysis for Business
    Prereq. MIS 180; MATH 120; STAT 119 or ECON 201
  • MIS 306: Information Systems Analysis
    Prereq. MIS 180
  • MIS 315: Business Application Programming
    Prereq. MIS 180
  • MIS 380: Data Management Systems
    Prereq. MIS 180
  • MIS 383: Networks and Data Communications
    Prereq. MIS 180
  • MIS 481: E-Business/Web Development
    Prereq. MIS 306, 315, 380

9 units selected from:

  • MIS 305: Business Processes, ERP and Analytics
    Prereq. MIS 180
  • MIS 375: Information Systems Technology
    Prereq. MIS 180
  • MIS 396W: Reporting Techniques for Business Professionals
    Prereq. RWS 290; Score of 8 or higher on WPA (minimum grade of C in RWS 280, 281 or LING 281 if WPA score was 6 or lower).
  • MIS 401: Business Intelligence and Analytics
    Prereq. 301
  • MIS 406: Information Systems Design
    MIS 306, 315, 380
  • MIS 429: Contemporary Issues in Information Systems
    Prereq. MIS 306
  • MIS 455: Digital Entrepreneurship and Innovation
    Prereq. MIS 306
  • MIS 460: Project Management
    Prereq. BA 360 (concurrent OK)
  • MIS 482: Information Technology Projects
    Prereq. 18 units in upper division MIS courses
  • MIS 492: Management of Information Systems
    Prereq. MIS 306 and 380
  • MIS 495: Management Information Systems Internship
    1-3 units (may be repeated up to 6 units), Prereq. upper division
    business major
  • MIS 515: Object-Oriented Programming for Business
    Applications
    Prereq. MIS 315 or knowledge of one programming language
  • MIS 585: Fundamentals of Cybersecurity Management
    Prereq. MIS 383 or 687

You must have a 2.0 average or better in the courses listed above in order to graduate. Students must also complete 9 units of upper division General Education (Explorations) and a total of 120 units for the degree.

 

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