Bachelor of Science with a Major in Business, Information Systems Technology Management Concentration
The bachelor of science in business with a concentration in information systems and technology management (BS-ISTM) enables undergraduate students to acquire an in-depth understanding of information technology (IT) and the skills and analytical methods needed to design and develop the information systems (IS) that businesses find indispensable. The IT overview covers areas ranging from data communications, to data management. Students also learn about and have opportunities for practical experience in the structured development of information systems, programming, database design, and other techniques needed for successful IS design and develop. These IS/IT-specific skills and knowledge, coupled with an understanding of the other aspects of business acquired in the program, give students a competitive start in their chosen careers.
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In addition to the requirements for the bachelor of science with a major in business, the concentration in information systems and technology management requires five field courses:
|Required field courses|
|ISTM 3119||Introduction to Programming|
|ISTM 4120||Business Systems Development|
|ISTM 4121||Database Principles and Applications|
|Additional field courses|
|Two courses from the following:|
|ISTM 4123||Business Data Communications|
|ISTM 4130W||Writing On The Ethics of Technology|
|ISTM 4215||Human-Computer Interaction|
|ISTM 4223||Innovation Ventures|
|ISTM 4233||Emerging Technologies|
|ISTM 4900||Special Topics 1|
1 Enrollment in ISTM 4900 on topics announced in the Schedule of Classes requires ISTM program director approval.
Students should consult with an advisor for specific bachelor of science in business general education courses that apply to this concentration.