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Information Systems Major

Bachelor of Business Administration

The major in Information Systems is predicated on the belief that information is an essential decision-making resource for all organizations. The Information Systems major is designed to develop the student’s ability to understand and develop computer-based information systems that provide accurate, timely, consistent and integrated data for effective management. It is also intended to prepare students for careers in telecommunications, database administration, internet technologies, and systems analysis and design.


University Core (60 Credits)

(Includes CIS 101: See University Core Curriculum Requirements for Lubin students. MAT 104, MAT 111, ECO 105 and ECO 106 are required as part of the University Core.)

Business Core (33 Credits)

Major Requirements (24 Credits)

CIS 101Introduction to Computing


CIT 211Introduction to Computer Systems


CIT 312Introduction to Programming I


CIT 342Systems Analysis and Design


CIT 221Global Networking Technology


CIT 241Database Management


CIT 300Elective Course



CIT 400Elective Course


(CIS 101 (3 credits) is applied toward University Core).

Free Electives (11 Credits)

Includes UNV 101 (1 credit) for first-year students.

Total Credit Hours: 128

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