What do you like to do: use technology; create websites; invent new technologies; work in teams
Definition: Information systems are the perfect blend of business and technology. Information systems majors learn to design and build computer-based systems that allow businesses to carry out their day-to-day operations.
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You will learn how to:
- Design, build, and query a database to apply correct principles of data storage and extraction
- Master essential programming concepts & Java syntax
- Develop critical thinking skills by using programming logic to solve business processing problems
- Analyze business processes to evaluate appropriateness of controls, recommend improvements, and report deficiencies
Other things to do:
- Consulting Capstone Project
- Join the Association for Systems Management club
- Compete in national competitions
- Complete an on-campus and/or a company internship
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- Management consultant
- Project manager
- Systems designer
- Business analyst
- Business process consultant
- IT consultant
- Web developer
Sample of Potential Companies:
- American Express
- Goldman Sachs
- Grant Thornton
- Deloitte & Touche
- Lockheed Martin
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