Many of today’s high-paying careers involve information management and technical skills; a technological background is valuable in almost every field. So the minor in Information Systems offers a strong supplement to many academic majors, with widely applicable skills.
The minor in Information Systems includes coursework in programming, database systems, management information systems, and social and professional issues. So you’ll explore topics such as the history and social context of computing, intellectual property, computer crime and more, alongside core classes designed to develop your technical skills.
With small class sizes, you’ll get plenty of one-on-one interaction with professors, whether you’re trying to solve a complicated homework problem or searching for the right summer internship. The curriculum emphasizes hands-on experience, helping you integrate theory and practical applications.
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Dr. Larry Haffey
Professor of Computer Science