Business Information Systems Degree Specialization
Virtually every company uses business information systems in all aspects of their business. The education you receive at DeVry University when you earn your bachelor's degree with a Business Information Systems specialization can prepare you to handle the same situations companies face every day. Our experiential instruction provides a cross-section of business and technology, and is continually updated to keep pace with the latest advancements. You'll gain the technical skills needed for positions in fields like advertising, marketing, communications, finance, education, government service, or healthcare technology.
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All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.
When you earn a business degree with a Business Information Systems specialization, your coursework may include these courses:
Requirements Gathering and Testing
Object-Oriented Programming for Business
Principles of Web Development
Systems Implementation and Training
Business Intelligence and Data Analysis
In exploring the systems development life cycle (SDLC), students in this business information systems course apply techniques for developing comprehensive system requirements, including planning and coordinating a comprehensive testing process and evaluating test results.
Covering basic object-oriented programming principles and programming languages, this course addresses how various system architectures, programming, and database technologies combine to form a system. Students analyze a business problem and recommend a system to address the related business needs.
This course focuses on web page design from the perspective of the business manager. Sufficient technical knowledge is developed to facilitate effective communication with information technology (IT) professionals such as webmasters and network administrators.
This business information systems course focuses on implementing systems and managing change in large and small organizations. Students learn to perform needs analysis; develop training and implementation plans to ensure that initiatives are effectively introduced; design training materials; and conduct a training session with e-learning technologies.
Using an enterprise-level database management system, students in this course learn to design and implement a simple data warehouse; organize, analyze and present data using data analysis and report-writing tools; and make business decisions based on such data.