BIS Academic Programs
BBA in BIS Undergraduate Program
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Business Information Systems is a unique program designed to educate students as information systems professionals. Students gain knowledge about information systems technology, information management concepts, business processes (which includes accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, interpersonal communications, analytical tools, and statistical analysis).
The Department of Business Information Systems offers a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Business Information Systems – Industry Concentration (BISI), and in Business Information Systems e-Business Technology Concentration (EB).
- The BIS-Industry Concentration prepares students for technical and managerial positions. This concentration produces capable individuals with marketable skills required to become a systems analyst, network administrator, database manager, information system manager or strategist.
- The main objective of the e-Business Concentration is to train students to understand the strategic and operational nature of e-business, and capable of developing Web-based systems. The graduates of the e-Business Concentration will possess the required management and technology skills necessary for positions in e-Business and e-Commerce.
The TSU MBA (Master of Business Administration with an Information Systems Management Concentration) curriculum is a broad-based management education that provides you with the knowledge and skills to assume leadership positions in public and private companies. The MBA program is accredited by the AACSB International a distinction held by less than a quarter of the nation’s business schools. focuses on skills and knowledge that are directly relevant to the workplace and tap into the professional expertise of practitioner faculty who know what it takes to succeed in corporate environments, the MBA with an Information Systems Management concentration can help give you a professional edge in one of today's most rapidly expanding fields. .....Read more