Information Systems Management is the study of computer-based information systems and their function in a business organization.

Information Systems Management (ISM) was previously known as Information Technology Management (ITM)

This course of study includes the components of computer-based information systems: hardware, software, telecommunications, databases, people (the people who develop, manage, run, program, maintain, and use the systems), and procedures (strategies, policies, methods, and rules involved in all aspects of information systems). This program teaches these principles and their application in a holistic and integrated fashion using a combination of traditional classroom instruction, case studies, projects, and hands-on methods.

 

Information Systems Management Major Requirements - 21 Credits

Required Courses

ISM 301 – Business Applications Programming
ISM 321 – Database Systems I
ISM 331 – Info Systems Development
ISM 351 - Networking and Collaborative Computing
ISM 431 – Database Systems II

Choose Two Courses

ISM 302 - Object-Oriented Programming
ISM 347 - Information Visualization: Business Insights via Storytelling
ISM 371 - IT Strategy: Disrupting Industry Norms, Practices, and Structures
ISM 382 - Advanced Computer Applications
ISM 383 - Information Technology Security
ISM 387 - Digital Security: Threat Prevention and Management

Information Systems Management Major with Information Systems Security Concentration - 21 Credits

Required Courses

ISM 301 – Business Applications Programming
ISM 321 – Database Systems I
ISM 331 – Info Systems Development
ISM 351 - Networking and Collaborative Computing
ISM 383 - Information Technology Security
ISM 387 - Digital Security: Threat Prevention and Management
ISM 431 – Database Systems II

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