Professor Maria Lee drawing an algorithm diagramInformation Systems, B.A. & B.S.

Indiana Tech offers two options for students who want to major in information systems, a bachelor of arts and a bachelor of science. The program focuses on information systems while giving you additional opportunities to pursue your interest in other fields such as accounting, computer networking, information security, e-commerce, industrial manufacturing, marketing, humanities, or social sciences. You’ll study computer programming, communications, the Internet, databases, and business administration. The program includes the application, implementation, and management of information systems. Both existing and emerging technologies are emphasized in this program.

Bachelor of arts

The bachelor of arts in information systems emphasizes both technical expertise and business knowledge. This contemporary degree provides the skills to analyze, design, and implement information systems for a small business, a corporation or a multinational enterprise.

Bachelor of science (traditional undergrad program)

The bachelor of science in information systems also emphasizes both technical expertise and business knowledge, but requires more computer science electives. Also, the B.S. includes a senior project and internship, making it more suited for traditional undergraduates.

Bachelor of science (online program)

Companies and organizations of every size and description depend on the design, implementation and management of their information technology systems. That’s why professionals with the right skills in information systems are in high demand in today’s job market.

Indiana Tech’s online bachelor of science in information systems will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need in computer programming, communications, the Internet, databases and business administration.

The right knowledge and skills

The information systems degree provides you with essential knowledge and skills, focusing on:

  • Information systems, including systems analysis and design, Internet programming, web applications, mobile app development, information security and disaster recovery.
  • Computer sciences, with courses on database systems, problem solving and programming.
  • Networking, including network design and network administration.
  • Business, communication and management, including e-commerce, technical project management, professional communication, marketing and managerial accounting.

Career opportunities

Graduates with a bachelor’s degree in information systems will find success in positions such as:

  • Database Administrator
  • Information Systems Manager
  • Web Developer
  • Application Developer
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Network Engineer
  • Network Administrator
  • Systems Developer
  • IT Consultant
  • IT Technical Support Officer

Earning this degree

The information systems B.A. can be earned through the following program formats. Please make sure you choose the format that applies to your current situation.

College of Professional Studies

This is for adult students who are interested in taking evening or weekend classes at an accelerated pace.


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Online
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For students who want to take classes and complete their degree online.


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The information systems B.S. can be earned through the following program format:

Traditional
Undergraduate

This is for students who want a traditional, on-campus college experience.


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College of Professional Studies

This is for adult students who are interested in taking evening or weekend classes at an accelerated pace.


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Course Curriculum

Online
Program

For students who want to take classes and complete their degree online.


Admissions
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Course Curriculum