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Pursue an online B.S. in Info Systems Management

Information Technology is pervasive in today's world. Whether it is virtual businesses, large multinational corporations, nonprofit organizations, small businesses, or entrepreneurial ventures, they all need information systems management professionals to serve and support their information and technology needs.

Program Focus

Management of information system; internet development and e-commerce; infrastructure and system planning; information security; and cyber security

CCU's Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Management degree integrates a holistic Christ-centered approach with technology and management to provide you with the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to successfully build and support today's information systems-driven organizations. Choosing to pursue an information systems management degree can open you up to an exciting and rewarding career in technology and design.

You can choose from two optional emphases: Cyber Security or System Analyst.

Required information systems courses include: Software Project Methods; Information Security; Enterprise Architecture and Knowledge Management; and Data and Information Management.

Optional Emphases

Cyber Security Emphasis

The Cyber Security emphasis for the Information Systems Management bachelor's degree program focuses on security principles as they align with their information system's footprint. This emphasis will help prepare you to serve as a cyber security analyst, computer network architect, or computer programmer, among other career options.

System Analyst Emphasis

The System Analyst emphasis for the Information Systems Management bachelor's degree program focuses on the optimization of user experience solutions through analyzing, designing, and implementing information systems. Working as a computer network analyst, computer network architect, and network and computer system administrator are among the career options for individuals taking the systems analyst emphasis.

State Exclusions for Online Students

Colorado Christian University is required by the U.S. Department of Education to be in compliance with state laws regarding where we can offer distance and/or online education. The College of Adult and Graduate Studies at Colorado Christian University offers courses to online students in all states with some exceptions for specific academic programs.

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