The bachelor of science in computer management and information systems prepares students for entry into a professional career in business computing. The program is designed to provide students with skills in business systems analysis and design, business systems implementation, database design and implementation, and communications systems design. Students also obtain a breadth of knowledge in the business disciplines, including accounting, economics, finance, management and marketing. This combination of
education in the computing discipline and the business disciplines is widely sought by employers today.
The demand for graduates with an undergraduate degree in computer management and information systems has risen consistently and continues to rise. Recent studies of projected occupational demand for graduates indicate that the computing and information systems field is one of the fastest-growing in business and service organizations.
Positions in great demand include systems analyst, programmer/analyst, network administrator, database designer, information systems project manager, systems consultant and training specialist. Positions of emerging importance include telecommunications analyst, Internet specialist and help-desk consultant. Employers of information systems graduates include corporations, consulting companies, contract software development companies, small businesses and government organizations.
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