By earning a B.S. in Information Systems Management, Fairmont State graduates can compete for positions related to Information Systems (IS), Information Technology (IT) and Business.
Information systems are concerned with the information computer systems can provide to help a company, non-profit or government agency define and achieve overall goals.
Faculty combines business management principles and instruction in the tools and technologies used within computerized information systems.
The Information Systems Management curriculum covers areas of:
- Information Systems
- Programming and Development
- Critical Thinking and Analysis
Students who complete and Information Management degree are qualified for occupations that have good pay wages and are growing professions. There is a wide variety of jobs available in Information Systems including:
- Chief Information Officer
- Data Processing Manager
- Computer Consultant
- Database Administrator
- Business System Analyst
- Data Network Specialist