Information systems students will be able to support organisations in data-driven decision-making. You'll develop the vital technical and business skills needed to thrive in the modern workplace.
The Information Systems program prepares students to excel at analysing, (re)designing, and managing information systems and information-based business processes.
The interdisciplinary nature of this program applies theory and practice established by computer scientists to solve enterprise problems using business administration practices. Core courses range from principles of accounting and computer programming to business law and management, while electives include statistics, app development, cybersecurity and more.
Applicants must provide a personal statement or essay in response to a provided question, an official high school transcript and a letter of recommendation. You also have the option to submit your SAT or ACT scores, and a GPA of at least 2.0 is expected.
Graduates of the B.S in information systems go on to roles such as software development, network and computer systems administration, database management or computer systems analysis. You can also continue to business school to earn an MBA or another advanced degree.
Garden City Campus,
1 South Avenue, Garden City, NY 11530