Information Systems B.B.A. (Business Intelligence Emphasis)

Degree Requirements: 124 Credit Hours

See Core Curriculum for required courses and credit hours in Area A1 through Area E.

Credit Hours
​​General Requirements (Core Areas A - E)42
Additional Requirements4
Area F - Courses Appropriate to Major
ACCT   2101Financial Accounting 3
ACCT   2102Managerial Accounting 3
BUSA   1105Introduction to Business 3
CISM   2530Advanced Business Applications 3
ECON   2105Principles of Macroeconomics (if taken in Area E, substitute LSTD   2106)3
ECON   2106Principles of Microeconomics 3
Specific Requirements Beyond Area A1-F
BUSA   3131Business Statistics 3
BUSA   3132Applied Statistics and Optimization 3
BUSA   4131Strategic Management 3
CISM   2030Introduction to Business Programming 3
or CSCI   1236 Introduction to Java Programming
CISM   3131Management Information Systems3
FINC   3131Principles of Corporate Finance 3
LSTD   2106Legal Environment of Business (if ECON   2105 taken in Area E, then substitute into Area F)0-3
MATH   1232Survey of Calculus (if not taken in Area A-E)0-3
MGNT   3130Principles of Management 3
MGNT   3430Operations Management 3
MKTG   3131Principles of Marketing 3
Major Requirements
CISM   2030Introduction to Business Programming 3
or CSCI   1236 Introduction to Java Programming
or CSCI   1301 Programming Principles I
CISM   3133Database Management3
CISM   3134Data Communications 3
CISM   3135Systems Analysis and Design 3
CISM   3333ERP Systems Using SAP3
CISM   4135Project Management and Development 3
CISM   4237Business Intelligence 3
CISM   4239Advanced Business Analytics with SAP HANA 3
CISM   4437Data Mining for Business Analytics3
Electives
Select 3 credit hours of Electives (should be chosen in consultation with the student’s advisor) unless ECON   2105 and/or MATH   1232 used to meet requirements in Area A-E, in which case students will take up to 9 credit hours of electives3-9

Honors in Information Systems

To graduate with Honors in Information Systems, a student must:

  •   be admitted to the University Honors Program;
  •   successfully complete Research Seminar (BUSA   3610) and Business Seminar (BUSA   3620);1
  •   successfully complete and present an Honors Thesis or Capstone Project;
  •   be in good standing in the University Honors Program at the time of graduation.

Honors students in the College of Business are strongly encouraged to take Introduction to Business (BUSA   1105) , Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON   2105) , Financial Accounting (ACCT   2101) , Managerial Accounting (ACCT   2102) , Legal Environment of Business (LSTD   2106) , and Advanced Business Applications (CISM   2530).

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