Business Information Systems

Your Future in Business Information Systems Starts Here

Business Information Systems is a field that involves information, technological systems, and people. This field is both applied and managerial and uses the tools, techniques, and concepts of various disciplines (such as computer science and management) to find solutions to a wide range of business problems.A professor teaching a class

Why Study Business Information Systems?

The Business Information Systems concentration

  • provides students with advanced business intelligence/analytics
  • fosters critical thinking and problem-solving skills in students
  • teaches communication skills to students, and
  • gives students the ability of analytical & decision support

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Potential Careers in Business Information Systems

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Learn More

If you think a concentration in Business Information Systems is for you and would like to learn more, click here to see the concentration course requirements.

For more information, you can also contact Professor Sharon Gibbs

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