Business Computer Information Systems

The objective of the Business Computer Information Systems Program in the McLane College of Business is to motivate and prepare students to develop their potential for excellence in Business Computer Information Systems fields. This is accomplished through experienced faculty and a curriculum that gives the student a broad education in the fundamental principles and applied techniques of the discipline. The ultimate goal of the program is to prepare information technology and systems professionals in business, industry, and government.

Five separate areas of study are available within this program: B.B.A. in Business Computer Information Systems; B.B.A. in Multimedia & Information Technology, B.B.A. in Supply Chain Management, B.A. in Multimedia & Information Technology, or B.S. in Multimedia & Information Technology. A minor in Business Computer Information Systems as well as in Multimedia & Information Technology, and Supply Chain Management are also available.

Students must have a 2.5 GPA in their major field in order to fulfill graduation requirements for the B.B.A., the B.A., and the B.S..

No grade lower than “C” will count toward fulfillment of B.A. or B.S. major field requirements.