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Information Systems

Can be taken as: Major

The Information Systems (IS) Major prepares students for the multitude of IT-related career opportunities available in industry. It employs a blend of theoretical concepts, hands-on tools, and actual case studies to train students to identify business problems and opportunities, analyze business processes, and develop and implement information systems to support them. The IS Major covers a variety of topics including strategic planning and investment in information technologies, analysis, design, and deployment of information systems, understanding the opportunities and challenges of Web-based businesses, and managing resistance to IT-initiated changes in organizations. Graduates of this program may expect to find employment as business or systems analysts, consultants, IS quality assurance specialists, and project managers in diverse industries, including banking, insurance, manufacturing, retailing and consulting.

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Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) - Major Information Systems (66 Credits)