Are you ready for the challenge?
The information systems degree prepares you to manage systems and analyze data with a deep understanding of how these processes affect organizations at every level. You will also develop critical thinking, leadership and communication skills that will help you grow in your career, whether you want to develop software or pursue advanced studies in the field.
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Why study Information Systems at ACU?
As a Bachelor of Information Systems student at ACU, you will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of real-world learning experiences. Our AACSB International-accredited program can help you develop your problem-solving skills in both business and technical areas, providing a springboard into dynamic career opportunities. At ACU, the School of Information Technology and Computing is housed within the College of Business and Technology. This allows information systems students the unique opportunity to have access to both programs within the same college. As an information systems student, you will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of hands-on learning experiences.
Bachelor of Business Administration in Information Systems
These are the important details you will need to keep in mind as you prepare your application and degree plan.
University Requirements: 56 credit hours + Major Requirements: 66 credit hours + Electives: 6 credit hours = Total Required: 128 credit hours* *Based on track selection
National Candidates: May 1
Early Action: Nov. 1
Regular: Feb. 1
Experiential learning brings the classroom to life through immersive, real-world opportunities. You will build your resumes, learn about career opportunities, and build critical skills for success in the marketplace. ACU’s College of Business and Technology offers diverse and relevant learning opportunities, including:
- Wildcat Software
- Learn firsthand what it is like to be a project manager or CEO of a busy software development firm. As a member of our student-run software company, you will gain skills and experience that will propel you into your career.
- ACM SIGCHI
- Interested in the study of human computer interaction? Join ACU’s SIGCHI chapter to learn more about making usable technology and conduct research in this field.
- Griggs Center for Entrepreneurship
- Learn about startups, large tech companies and Silicon Valley Bank in an annual trip to Silicon Valley.
What can you do after graduation?
- Business analytics
- Data architecture
- Database management
- Project management
- Enterprise management
- Security analytics
Zach Higgins (’13) (left), software developer for insurance giant USAA
College of Business Administration students, including information systems majors, can participate in a number of relevant learning and networking activities, including:
- Association of Information Systems (AIS)
- Leadership Summit
- Wildcat Software
- Women in Technology
ACU’s College of Business Administration educates business and technology professionals for Christian service and leadership throughout the world. The college offers AACSB- and ABET-accredited programs, including nine undergraduate business and technology majors, four minors, a Master of Accountancy, and two online graduate programs (an MBA and a Master of Science in Management). The college includes two centers (Griggs Center for Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy and Lytle Center for Faith and Leadership) and three academic units (Accounting and Finance Department, Management Sciences Department, and School of Information Technology and Computing), in addition to our partnership with ACU Dallas to deliver online business education.