BS in Business and Information Systems
The BS BIS degree provides the best of both worlds - a solid understanding of business concepts and the technical know-how to support the needs of an organization and its customers. Besides learning about IS topics such as databases, application development tools, web design, software use and evaluation, management information, and decision support systems, students will learn such business topics as accounting, finance, financial products, business operations, and marketing. The program concludes with a capstone project with a major local company. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics points to a great need for people with strong management and technical skills well into the next decade. Jobs in this field include business systems analyst, management analyst, and e-commerce architect. BS BIS students also qualify for NJIT’s Business minor.
Program Education Objectives (PEOs)
The objectives of the Bachelor of Science in Business Information Systems program are to prepare the student so that three to five years after completing the program, the graduate will:
1. Be working as a computing professional, utilizing the knowledge acquired in the BS in Business Information Systems program.
2. Be engaged in the computing profession and be utilizing professional skills to make a positive impact on society
3. Have participated in further professional development, employing the learning skills taught in the BS in Business Information Systems program.
- Degree Requirements (catalog description)
Dual major with BS Science, Technology and Society (BS STS)
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- What Industry Thinks?
- What you will learn in the BS BIS (Degree Goals)
- Read an interview with Program Founder, Dr. Nakayama, on the BS BIS
- BS BIS Brochure
- Admissions web site (apply online now)
- More Information and Opportunities