General Studies Concentration

Concentration in Information Systems Management (BISM) of the Bachelor of General Studies program

More details on this concentration within the BGS program may be provided by the School of Continuing Education which is administering it.

It consists of 10 courses (30 credits):

ISM Concentration Core (18 credits):
BUS205Information Management (prereq: LAC-T1M)
BUS365Business Report Writing with Computer Applications
BIS361Business Information Systems and Web Technologies
BIS367Human Computer Interface Health - IS
BIS368Inter-Organizational Information Systems
BIS370Systems Analysis and Design (prereq: BIS 361)
BIS377Organizational Website and Database Management (prereq: BIS 370)
BIS461Seminar on Information Systems and Business Strategies (prereq: BIS 370)
Advanced ISM courses: Choose two 300-level and two 400-level courses (12 credits):
BUS331Organizational Behavior
BIS364Introduction to Social Informatics (prereq: BUS 205)
BIS365Emerging Technologies and Business Applications (prereq: BUS 205)
BIS375Electronic Commerce (prereq: BIS 370)
BIS430Enterprise Resource Planning and E-Business (prereq: BIS 370)
BIS440Business Data Communications and E-Networks (prereq: BIS 370)
BIS441Business Continuity and Security
BIS442Information Technology Project Management (Prereq: BIS 361 with 370 recommended)
BIS447Business Intelligence and Data Solutions (Prereq: BIS 377 or permission)
BIS462Healthcare Informatics (prereq: BUS 205 or other LAC T2IT)

Note: BIS 480 Independent Study and BIS 490 Internship may be substituted, with permission, for up to two courses. The BUS courses are part of the Business Administration major while the BIS courses are part of the BIS major offered by the Department of Business Administration and are further described in the University catalog.

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