Information Systems Management (ISM) refers to the use of computer-based systems to gather and analyze complex information about all aspects of a business. This information is used by managers to make business decisions. Students specializing in ISM frequently pursue career positions as business analysts, data base analysts, ERP specialists, social media specialist, web content manager, and information systems managers. The courses offered in the ISM program emphasize hands-on technical application of relevant software and coverage of content for course-related certification exams.
Students who meet the University requirements for regular admission are eligible for admission to the Mike Ilitch School of Business.
Candidates for the bachelor’s degree must complete 120 credits including satisfaction of the degree requirements. All course work must be completed in accordance with the academic rules of the University and those of the Mike Ilitch School of Business.
Information Systems Management Major
|Major courses (choose at least two)||6|
|Introduction to Business Analytics|
|Data Communications and Networks|
|Choose three courses from one of the following two tracks.|
|Inbound information technology (IIT) specialist|
|Special Topics in Information Systems|
|Inbound Information Technology|
|Software Tools for Business Applications|
|Enterprise architecture (EA) analyst|
|ERP Systems: Concepts and Practice|
|Survey of e-Commerce|
|Systems Analysis and Design|
|Information Systems Policy and Management|
|Directed Study in Information Systems Management|
|Ethics in Information Technology|
|Internship in Information Systems|