Information Systems Management Minor
The Information Systems minor is designed to provide students a broad understanding of information systems management. Students learn the basics of telecommunication, business computer applications, database management, and analysis and design of a business system. The Information Systems minor is a perfect complement to any business degree in today's information-rich society.
This minor is available to Business and Non-Business majors. All students, Business and Non-Business, are required to meet all prerequisites. Pre-requisites will not be waived.
Business majors may declare this minor by visiting their Business Advisor in 147 Lowder Hall. Non-Business students may declare this minor at https://aub.ie/NBdeclareminor after reviewing all minor requirements, course descriptions and prerequisite information.
Information Systems Management Minor Courses
Elective courses (choose 3 courses or 15 hours)
ISMN 3070 Business System Logic and Modeling
ISMN 3140 Introduction to Management Information Systems (2 hours)
ISMN 3830 Database Management Systems
ISMN 4090 Digital Business Design
ISMN 4850 Competitive Strategies Through Information
ISMN 5040 Advanced Business Data Communications
ISMN 5290 Advanced Business Application Development
ISMN 5370 Project Management
ISMN 5620 Business Applications with Open Source Software
ISMN 5650 Application Development with Emerging Technologies
ISMN 5680 Advanced Data Base Administration and Development
ISMN 5690 Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning
ISMN 5720 Electronic Commerce
ISMN 5730 Security and Information Assurance
ISMN 5740 Information Risk Analysis
ISMN 5750 Information Technology Auditing
ISMN 5870 Business Intelligence Applications
ISMN 5960 Special Problems
Total Hours: 15 (Must earn a minimum overall minor GPA of 2.0)
For course descriptions, please visit the AU Bulletin.