Information Systems (IS) is at the heart of any organization. Companies rely on information to make good decisions, create new products and services, and understand their target audience. IS professionals integrate hardware and software to help organizations manage their information.
The IS program at Illinois State is accredited by ABET.
The Information Systems minor covers fundamental computing knowledge like programming and an understanding of hardware and software systems and also teaches tools for applying that knowledge in an organization to solve organizational challenges.
Point of Pride
School of Information Technology majors and minors can live in University Housing’s IT Themed Living-Learning Community, with special programs and access to a faculty mentor.
Why study Information Systems?
An Information Systems minor is a marketable addition to almost any major. As long as you are working within an organization, you can apply the understanding of information technology to the organization's needs.
Applications for the Information Technology minor are always being accepted.