B.B.A. Degree Requirements
The B.B.A. degree in computer information systems has two distinct concentrations: traditional computer information systems (CIS) and decision management. The focus of the computer information systems concentration is on integrating information technology solutions and business processes to meet the information needs of businesses and other enterprises, enabling them to achieve their objectives in an effective and efficient way. The computer information systems concentration provides students a solid theoretical background in requirements analysis, business software development, design, database design, data mining, visualization, networking and web-based applications development.
The decision management concentration focuses on the essential concepts, paradigms and tools to successfully manage work processes and people in a wide spectrum of business enterprises. It prepares students for managing critical operations issues such as resource planning, quality management and assurance, productivity, business process flow improvement, data analysis, data mining, project management, systems integration, inventory planning, supply chain management, system thinking and decision support systems.