Information Systems- Bachelor of Science in Business
For information, contact the Department of Information Systems and Analytics, 3095 FSB, 513-529-4826.
The Information Systems Major provides managerial and technical skills to create, control, and leverage information and data resources of an organization. The major focuses on foundational theory and practice in content areas such as business process management, database, data communications, security, systems analysis & development, and project management. The major also addresses contemporary topics including cloud computing, mobile commerce, enterprise systems, business intelligence, data mining, and big data management. It emphasizes the application of technology and information management skills to solving business problems.
|ISA 245||Database Systems and Data Warehousing||3|
|ISA 281||Concepts in Business Programming||3|
|ISA 301||Business Data Communications and Security||3|
|ISA 387||Designing Business Systems||3|
|ISA 406||IT Project Management||3|
|ISA 495||Managing the Intelligent Enterprise||3|
|Select two of the following. At least one must be an ISA course.||6|
|Agile Launchpad I|
|Information Technology Governance, Risk Management, Security and Audit|
|Applications of Electronic Commerce Technology|
|Business Intelligence and Data Visualization|
|Building Web and Mobile Business Applications|
|Managing Big Data|
|Topics in Information Systems|
|Introduction to Data Mining in Business|
|Business Analytics Practicum|
|Total Credit Hours||24|
Students also taking the Business Analytics Major must take 18 hour beyond the business core not also counting in the Business Analytics Major.