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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Information Systems Management Major
Major in information systems management, and you will receive education and training that will help you lead organizational change projects by transforming and improving business processes and by designing and creating new, innovative digital products and services.
Our program provides you with the tools and resources you need to become a part of your desired career field, whether it be software application design and development, database design and administration, project management, or systems analysis. We will help you bridge the gap between information technology specialists and end-users.
Gain experience in software environments such as ArcGIS, Hive, Impala, Java, MySQL, Php, Pig, R, VB, Linux, Mac OS, and Windows.
As an information systems management major, you will be prepared to take internships between your junior and senior years.
Join the Harbert College of Business with an information systems management degree and develop key skills toward your career.
View the required courses for an ISM major and begin building your plan of study now.View Curriculum
Find out how much it costs to earn your degree and how financial assistance can help.View Tuition
The Harbert College of Business offers you the opportunity to boost your résumé, enhance career prospects, and potentially earn course credit through information systems management internships.Learn About the ISM Internship Program
Alpha Iota Delta National Honor Fraternity recognizes students who have displayed excellence in the ISM program and builds relationships among the program's students, faculty, alumni, and company recruiters. Participate in company presentations, recruiting dinners, résumé and interview workshops, and more. By invitation only.
Find your student professional organization at the Harbert College of Business. These honor societies, associations, and clubs enhance your educational experience and provide lifelong benefits in your chosen field.Explore Student Organizations