Aug 25, 2019  
ARCHIVED 2018-19 CPS Undergraduate Catalog 
    
ARCHIVED 2018-19 CPS Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Information Systems and Technology


The Information Systems and Technology major prepares an individual for a career within the information systems component of an organization. An individual who completes this major will have the knowledge, skills, and experience to design, implement, and manage information systems and coordinate the communication function of information technology among the various components of the enterprise. This education is accomplished through the integration of coursework drawn from a variety of disciplines, including business, information science, and communication.

Basic Skills


The level of teaching and learning for the Information Systems Management major requires that students have certain basic skills before beginning coursework for the major. All students must demonstrate basic competencies in each of the following areas before enrolling in any ISM prefixed course: word processing, spreadsheets, database, and information retrieval skills. Competency may be demonstrated by the successful completion of introductory level coursework in the areas, by successful completion of tests in the areas, or by the award of credit through portfolio.

Requirements for the Information Systems Management Major: