Feb 28, 2020  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Department of Information Systems Management

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The Department of Information Systems Management offers a degree leading to the Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Management.

The mission of the IS Department is to provide a learning-centered environment that enables students, faculty, and staff to achieve their goals and to empower our students to compete on a global level for careers in government, industry, secondary education, and acceptance to graduate school.

The Department provides programs in information systems. The curricula offers opportunities for students to develop a sound understanding of IS fundamentals as well as specialized theories, practices, and ethics that enhance their learning.

The IS faculty is committed to providing high-quality education, individual guidance and assistance to students, helping them to develop the attributes of critical thinking, effective communication, lifelong learning, and individual integrity while pursuing their academic goals as well as engaging in scholarly activities to enhance our classes, involve students and, to assist in the economic development of the region through partnerships with industry, nongovernmental community organizations, and entrepreneurs.

Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLO)

PSLO 1. Demonstrate independent and critical thinking skills, as well as the ability to be innovative within the global environment. Measured through Case Studies, Projects, Research, Presentation and Internships. Demonstrate competency on taught skills and productivity improvements over time.

PSLO 2. Demonstrate professional skills, collaborative, multicultural team efforts, and technological competency. Measured through Case Studies, Projects, Research and Presentations.

PSLO 3. Demonstrate the ability to create, compile, synthesize and deliver professional presentations (oral and written). Measured through Case Studies, Projects, Research Presentations, and Internships.

PSLO 4. Demonstrate the ability to comprehend, synthesize and evaluate ethical issues within a global context, Measured through Case Studies, Articles, Videos, News Item Reviews, Projects, Research and Presentations. Demonstrate a desire to engage in community service activities. Measured through participation in community service activities, and Internships.


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