Academic Catalog

Information Systems, B.B.A.

Program Description

Information Systems is designed to teach theories, models, tools, and techniques needed to use information technology in innovative and effective business administration. Information Systems (IS) is defined as the use of computers and information to enable people and organizations to be more creative and productive. This is a degree developed for adults who can demonstrate a minimum level of experience in information systems and may or may not have college credits.

**Please note that Medaille College is no longer enrolling new students in the BBA-IS program.

Program Goals

The Information Systems program focuses on using information systems to confront and resolve business and management problems. The goals of the program include:

  1. To develop proficiency in the application of information systems, including the identification of IS requirements, the design and development of IS systems, and the implementation of IS in business situations.
  2. To develop in all students the interpersonal skills necessary for effective participation in teams and groups.
  3. To enhance the analytical, critical thinking, and decision-making skills of each individual student.
  4. To develop and cultivate a sense of purpose, responsibility, and ethical behavior among individuals.
  5. To enhance the student’s written and spoken communication skills.
  6. To develop proficiency in the application of computer technologies.

Delivery Format: Online

Course Sequence

GEN 3104
BIS 2904
BIS 3004
ENG 3614
BIS 3504
BIS 3554
MAT 2054
ACC 3044
MGT 3624
MGT 3664
BUS 4204
BIS 4004
BUS 4304
BIS 4104
BIS 4804
Free/Transfer Credits60
Total Hours120

Note: The BBA-IS Program is an online and on-ground degree completion program. Students need approximately two years of college credits to begin the core sequence. Medaille offers undergraduate coursework to help a student reach this minimum credit level.