Bachelor of Science in Information Systems


All Quarters


Course Format

Online, Mixed Mode, On-Site (Seattle)

Total Credits


Be an Invaluable Asset in Your Field

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) prepares you for a cutting-edge career working with operating systems, networks, databases, and other key components of information systems. Classes are available completely online, or in a mixed-mode format or in person. BSIS is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Program Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) is designed to introduce and reinforce the latest developments and standards in information systems. The program encompasses the concepts, principles, and processes for two broad areas of activity within organizations:
1) acquisition, deployment, management, and strategy for information technology resources and services
2) packaged system acquisition or system development, operation, and evolution of infrastructure and systems for use in organizational processes. This degree prepares graduates for opportunities to work in and advance their careers with an emphasis on enterprise systems and application development.

Learning Outcomes

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems will prepare students to:

Integrate a foundational knowledge of all areas of information systems (General Information System Knowledge).

Apply fundamental principles and practices of information systems (Information System Principles and Practices).

Apply critical and ethical thinking to solve problems in information systems (Critical and Ethical Thinking).

Evaluate data to inform decisions and solve problems in information systems (Quantitative Literacy).

Create the ability to develop and express ideas while applying a variety of delivery models, genres, and styles (Communication).

Collaborate effectively on diverse teams to accomplish a common goal (Collaboration).


Total Required Credits: 180 

Pre-Entry Requirement (0 Credits)  

CS 100 STC BS Orientation to Bachelor’s Programs

Preparatory Courses (15 Credits)  

CS 132 Computer Science I 
CS 251 Statistical Computing (QSR)   
IS 201 Fundamentals of Computing

Core Requirements (45 Credits)  

IS 302 Human-Computer Interaction
CS 330 Network Communications
CS 351 Discrete Mathematics in Computing (NS)
IS 312 Web Design and Programming
СS 340 Operating Systems 
IS 345 Cybersecurity
IS 350 Systems Analysis and Design
IS 360 Database Technologies
IS 471 Cyber Ethics (SS)

Depth Study (30 Credits)
IS 401 eCommerce Systems
IS 431 Information Systems and Technology
IS 456 Database Systems Management
IS 457 Enterprise Systems
IT 434 Cloud Computing
IT 472 IT Compliance
DS 410 Programming in Data Analytics
DS 476 Data Analysis and Presentation
Choice (10 Credits)

Students may select two electives from any other undergraduate Depth of Study courses within the School of Technology & Computing or complete the internship after taking three CS 450 seminar courses for their internship preparation.

CS 493 Technology and Computing Internship (Repeatable) 

Capstone (5 Credits)

CS 497 Technology and Computing Capstone 

Career Opportunities

Program Manager


Dr. Ahreum Ju

As an information systems graduate, your knowledge and skills will be valuable to employers from a range of industry sectors. Careers directly related to your degree include:

Application Analyst
Cybersecurity Analyst
Data Analyst
Data Scientist
Database Administrator
Information Systems Manager
IT Technical Support Officer
Penetration Tester
Software Engineer
Systems Analyst

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Updated: 8/23/2023