Business and Organizational Management — Management Information Systems Specialization
B103: Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management — Management Information Systems Specialization
The Management Information Systems specialization enables students to develop skills and knowledge for information systems development and support for business and other organizations. The focus is on the business side of the information systems including: decision support, information systems management and global strategies as well as other aspects of information systems. The program is designed for students who have an associate degree in computer information technology, computer programming or other related field.
A grade of C or better is required in all technical, program core and program specialization courses, and all courses used to satisfy the Gordon Rule requirement. Students transferring into baccalaureate programs with an A.A. degree or higher do not need to meet our general education requirements with the exception of college level English and Gordon rule math. These students must have successfully completed, with a grade of C or better, at least one college level English and one Gordon rule math course. General education courses must total 36 credits. The A.A. or higher degree must be from an accredited institution but can be public, private and/or out of state. Additional coursework may be required for students transferring into B.A.S. programs with an A.S. or A.A.S. degree.
Required Technical Specialization Courses*
* Note: Courses in this section will be comprised of Required Technical Specialization courses and/or General Education courses needed to fulfill the requirements of the program. Actual coursework required will vary based on the student's associate-level coursework. Students will work with their advisor to choose the necessary coursework for their program. A total of 21 credit hours is required.
Program Core Courses
Program Specialization Courses