The Information Systems Administration specialization is for students wishing to focus on the professional administrative skills coupled with the technical experience needed among competitive IT decision makers. In addition, students will be able to understand and apply the theories and strategies related to the areas of planning, organizing, managing, and validating information systems.
Students who successfully complete the ISA specialization will:
- Understand and apply the contemporary administrative theories and practices as they relate to different organization types.
- Effectively employ critical thinking methodology for analyzing and resolving organizational issues.
- Integrate the leadership and interpersonal competencies that are essential for effective management and administration.
- Manage people and enterprise technologies and address various facets of the professional and ethical uses of information systems.
Curriculum (15 Credits)
- IT 403 - Customer Service Information Systems
- IT 450 - Administrative Information Systems
- ADM 303 - Administrative Theory and Practice
- ADM 464 - Human Resource Administration
- 3-credit upper level CS, IT, or ADM elective.