Information systems are a vital part of all businesses, big or small. The demand for professionals of information systems is increasing as companies use more advanced equipment to manage operations around the globe. The information systems major program will get students ready for a career in operations management, information systems, systems analysis and information technology.
Students will learn to analyse, understand and react to the vibrant needs of handling data and operations in business. The courses incorporate dynamic learning experiences that improve diagnostic and decision-making skills, with team-building abilities that develop a student’s aptitude to integrate diverse perspectives and contributions.
More than ever before, companies are now using progressive technologies to manage and maintain their operations. This huge increase in information and data has created a big need for accomplished analytics specialists across all industries.
Employers are seeking people who can collect, examine, interpret, distribute and apply data in a significant way. These skillsets help companies cut costs, improve decision making and identify new business openings.
The big data and business analytics minor supplements all majors across the Sawyer Business School and College of Arts & Sciences. It includes three required courses, these courses merge data management with projecting analytics, data mining methods and visualization.
Suffolk University’s information systems minor accompanies all majors and will increase a student’s breaks in the job world. Students will learn how to analyse and maintain operational data for all kinds of businesses.
The demand for information systems specialists is increasing as big data firms use progressive technologies to maintain supply chain operations world-wide. Business students taking the information systems minor will need to complete three courses (9 credit hours) and College of Arts & Sciences students must complete five courses (15 credit hours).