Information Systems Technology

This program prepares the student for a challenging workplace with an enhanced knowledge of business applications. The curriculum for the degree is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in computer and information systems and business administration.

Admission Requirements

Admission requirements for this program are satisfied by the general requirements for undergraduate admission to the University.

 
 

Candidates must complete 120 credits in course work including satisfaction of the University General Education Requirements and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Group Requirements, as well as the departmental major  requirements cited below. All course work must be completed in accordance with the regulations of the University and the College governing undergraduate scholarship and degrees.

Course Requirements

(Please note that the core courses include mandatory instructional labs. These laboratories must be taken concurrently with their corequisite lecture.)

MAT 2010Calculus I4
MAT 2210Probability and Statistics4
or BE 2100 Basic Engineering III: Probability and Statistics in Engineering
CSC 1100Problem Solving and Programming3
CSC 1101Problem Solving and Programming Laboratory1
CSC 1500Fundamental Structures in Computer Science3
CSC 1501Fundamental Structures in Computer Science Lab1
CSC 2110Computer Science I3
CSC 2111Computer Science I Lab1
CSC 2200Computer Science II3
CSC 2201Computer Science II: Lab1
CSC 3010Ethics in Computer Science3
CSC 3100Computer Architecture and Organization3
CSC 3101Computer Architecture and Organization: Lab1
CSC 3750Introduction to Web Technology3
CSC 4110Software Engineering3
CSC 4111Software Engineering: Lab1
CSC 4420Computer Operating Systems3
CSC 4421Computer Operating Systems: Lab1
CSC 4710Introduction to Database Management Systems3
or ISM 5994 Software Tools for Business Applications
CSC 4996(WI) Senior Project and Computer Ethics3
CSC 4997Senior Project Lab1
CSC 5750Principles of Web Technology3
ECO 2020(SS) Principles of Macroeconomics4
ACC 3010Introduction to Financial Accounting3
FIN 3290Business Finance3
MGT 2530Management of Organizational Behavior3
MKT 2300Marketing Management3
Suggested General Education - Group Requirements selections:
Life Science
PSY 1010(LS) Introductory Psychology 14
or PSY 1020 (LS) Elements of Psychology
Social Science
ECO 2010(SS) Principles of Microeconomics 24
Total Credits76
1

is a prerequisite for MGT 2530

2

is a prerequisite for MKT 2300 and FIN 3290

A minimum of twenty-six credits in computer science must be earned at Wayne State University.

A minimum grade of C is required for the following respectively:

CSC 1100Problem Solving and Programming3
CSC 1101Problem Solving and Programming Laboratory1
CSC 1500Fundamental Structures in Computer Science3
CSC 1501Fundamental Structures in Computer Science Lab1
CSC 2110Computer Science I3
CSC 2111Computer Science I Lab1
CSC 2200Computer Science II3
CSC 2201Computer Science II: Lab1

A minimum grade of C- is required for all other CSC and MAT courses.

Prior to declaring their major, students should consult an advisor for a written assessment of the current requirements.