School of Information Systems and Management
The School of Information Systems and Management offers nationally ranked bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. Graduates of our programs are in leadership roles locally, regionally and around the nation. Please follow the links below to each program to learn more about our programs.
We offer two undergraduate programs. The program in Business Analytics and Information Systems prepares students for careers in using technology to gain business advantage. The program has concentrations in Business Intelligence as well as in Healthcare Analytics. The management program prepares students for careers as general managers, HR managers and related roles.
We offer two master's programs. The master's program in Business Analytics and Information Systems has a strong technical focus on data analytics and systems development. The master's program in management covers current research and practice in management and is ideal for students interested in general management, HR or project management roles. Program concentrations include project management and human resources.
- Business Analytics and Information Systems (traditional)
- Business Analytics and Information Systems (weekend executive)
- Business Analytics and Information Systems (global)
We offer a PhD in Business Administration with a concentration in Information Systems. While the PhD program is primarily aimed at students interested in faculty careers in Business Analytics and or Information Systems, the academic preparation in the program can also be useful to research or deeply technical careers in industry.
Our graduate certificate in Analytics and Business Intelligence is designed for students interested in a short curriculum focused on data analytics. While the program is considered non-degree-seeking, students who become interested their education further can use the credits from the certificate courses towards their degree.
This certificate is designed exclusively for non-business majors. Perfect for students majoring in mass communications, criminology, psychology, international studies, social work, public health, history, philosophy, languages, political science or computer science (or similar majors), this program provides the information systems and business analytics knowledge - without having to pursue a business minor.