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College of Business

Bachelor of Business Administration in Enterprise Information Systems

Ruth Robbins, Coordinator
Shea Building B-475


The Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) curriculum is designed to prepare students to enter the workforce equipped with knowledge and skills in information systems development processes, web technologies, domain fundamentals, and the use of large-scale ERP systems and information technology control and infrastructure frameworks, such as ITIL and COBIT.  The EIS curriculum plan is structured to instill business skills; foundations of information systems; knowledge of data and information management; enterprise architecture; information systems project management; information technology infrastructure; systems analysis and design; information systems strategy; management and acquisition; and a choice of electives for the student.  The choice of electives includes programming languages, enterprise systems, web technology, information security, microcomputer applications, and E-commerce. An environment is offered to students that allow them to prepare for a lifetime of learning and growth in various information technology careers such as programmer, systems analyst, database administrator, knowledge systems developer, network systems administrator, electronic commerce systems developer, or information systems consultant.
The program is frequently updated with the help of an industry advisory board comprised of information technology professionals from major corporations and public institutions, in order to keep abreast of new information technologies and business methods. The program is based on a national model curriculum developed by educators and computer professionals, endorsed by the Association for Information Technology Professionals, the Association for Computing Machinery, the Association for Information Systems, and adopted by leading universities across the nation.



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