Focus areas in the Information Systems Management degree include: management of information systems, Internet development and e-commerce, infrastructure and system planning, and information security.
Information Technology is pervasive in today's world and whether it might be virtual businesses, large multinational corporations, non-profit organizations, small businesses or entrepreneurial ventures they all need information systems management professionals to serve and support their information and technology needs.
Our degree in information systems integrates a holistic Christ-centered approach with technology and management to provide students with the knowledge, skills and tools needed to successfully build and support today's information systems driven organizations. Choosing to pursue a management information systems major can open you up to an exciting and rewarding career in technology and design.
Classes are typically completed in five-week and ten-week blocks.
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Our information systems courses focus on key areas, including management of information systems, Internet development and e-commerce, infrastructure and system planning, and information security.
To learn more about our Information Systems Management program, contact the College of Adult and Graduate Studies Center near you.