Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business
Information rules — and so do those who know how to organize and manage it. Rapidly changing technology has transformed business and management, and those who can create and use information systems effectively are highly valued in any field.
The Mount’s new undergraduate major and minor in information systems are versatile programs providing a strong background in both computer technology and business. From database management to Internet applications, topics are covered from many angles so you’ll develop the knowledge, communication and leadership skills to succeed in a variety of careers and organizations. Plus, the senior project and internship opportunities make it easy to explore your specific interests.
The information systems major, jointly offered with the math and computer science department, combines courses in computer science, math, business, economics, accounting and information systems.
Business and Information Systems Double Majors
Students who wish to double major in business and information systems may count the following courses towards both majors.
ECON 101 Principles I
ECON 102 Principles II
ACCT 101 Accounting I
BUS 307 Business, Management and Organization
BUS 311 Info. Systems
BUS 360 Finance
Any course cross-listed as BUS and IFSY such as BUS/IFSY 390 E-commerce