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B.S. Information Systems
The Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems provides a strong foundation in the concepts and applications of information systems and technology in organizations. Our graduates have been highly successful in developing careers in Information Systems. Graduates have developed careers as IT integrators, enterprise system architects, database administrators, network administrators, information security analysts, application developers and information system managers. They have created their careers at technology companies, government agencies, oil companies, financial institutions and manufacturing concerns.
The curriculum is based on the recommendations of the Association of Computing Machinery and the Association of Information Technology Professionals. The courses are therefore recognized and accepted throughout the United States. The set of required courses includes a variety of object-oriented programming languages and operating systems. The curriculum stresses concepts in information security, web page development and web-based applications, database design, data communications and networking, software engineering and multimedia systems.
|Course Requirement Information|
|Required Courses||Credit Hrs||Career Links|
|General Education||43-44 hrs|
|Minimum Hours Required for degree||120 hrs|
|Approximately 8 Semesters|
For students who enrolled at SWOSU before Fall 2004, download Course Sequence here.