Bachelor of Science Information Systems

earn this degree online Students majoring in the BS in Information Systems develop the ability to use technology to address the operational, tactical, and strategic challenges facing business, nonprofit, and government organizations. The degree program incorporates the latest versions of SAP ERP systems and tools on customization and business analytics through the SAP University Alliance Program. Students develop background in usability and information assurance.

Common Long-term Career Positions for IS Majors

  • Systems Analyst
  • Business Analyst
  • Information Technology Manager/Director
  • IT Project Manager
  • IT Consultant

$55,000 median salary reported by program graduates 6 months after degree completion

96% of reporting program graduates were employed, continuing education, or not seeking employment within six months of graduation

students working on computers  

What’s The Difference Between IT, CS, & IS?

IT Bridges the gap between computer science and information systems. Learn more about these distinctions.

DePaul Information Systems Student Organization  

DISSO (AIS student chapter)

DISSO is the Association of Information Systems Student Chapter at DePaul University. Their mission is to promote the study and utilization of information systems through programs of professional development, social networking, and community development. The organization holds networking events with professionals from industry and academia, participates in national competitions, and hosts academic events pertinent to information systems. Students will gain experience and exposure that can contribute to their professional prospects.

 

iD Lab

CDM’s Innovation Development Lab (iD-Lab) serves as a model for university and corporate partnerships in the area of technology innovation. Current work in the lab focuses on three primary areas: development of technology innovation projects with member companies; education through training, workshops, and practical experiences; and research on technology innovation. Current partners include companies such as Abbott, Allstate, Bosch, CareerBuilder, CDW, and Digital Mint.