Information Systems Major
This program’s objectives are to apply computer theory to business applications and to provide a strong dual knowledge foundation in technical and problem-solving skills. People-oriented career paths lead to positions as computer consultants, analysts, trainers and high-tech marketers. Alternate careers as software programmers, database managers and network administrators tie the technical skills to the support and use of computer systems.
IS majors students must earn a minimum grade of “C-” in each CS/CIS/IS course applying to their IS major.
Students must obtain a 2.00 GPA in their (combined) business core and major courses as well as a 2.00 cumulative Northern Michigan University GPA.
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- Total Credits Required for Degree120
- General Education30-40
- Business Core*32
- Information Systems32
- Information Systems Core24
- Choice of eight credits from the following8
- (All 8 credits must be 300 level or above.)
- Any CIS/IS course not taken for the core (1-8 cr.)
- MGT 355 Methods of Training (4 cr.)
- Other Required Courses24
- SP 120 Small Group Process (4 cr.)
*Courses in business core cannot be double counted toward another major or minor.
This major does not require a minor.