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Applied Information Systems

​The Applied Information Systems specialization focuses on integrating business and technology with an emphasis on the development, management and planning of information systems. This focus provides students with a strong foundation in business and systems analysis, project management and database and enterprise infrastructure. Students completing this specialization possess a broad range of skills and understandings in support of organizations gaining strategic and tactical competitive advantage.

Foundation Courses

Course Title Quarter Hours
IS 421SYSTEMS ANALYSIS4
IS 422SYSTEM DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION, AND MAINTENANCE4
IS 451DATABASE DESIGN FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS (FORMERLY CSC 451)4

Advanced Courses 

Course Title Quarter Hours
ECT 424ENTERPRISE INFRASTRUCTURE4
IS 430FUNDAMENTALS OF IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT4
Select one of the following:4
CNS 440
INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT
IS 435
ORGANIZATION MODELING FOR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
IS 483
INFORMATION SERVICES AND OPERATIONS
IS 485
REQUIREMENTS ELICITATION, ANALYSIS, AND SPECIFICATION
IS 505
BUSINESS CONTINUITY/DISASTER RECOVERY THEORIES AND STRATEGIES
IS 535
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENT FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
IS 560
ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS
IS 565
SOURCING FOR IT AND INNOVATION

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