The Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Management will prepare you to design, operate, and evaluate competitive technology alternatives to meet an organization’s needs. You will learn the basic concepts of computer technology and how to apply it accurately and appropriately in workplace settings. You also will be introduced to changing trends in computer technology and their future impacts, as well as the legal and ethical issues regarding the handling of data.
The Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Management provides students who wish to pursue or to advance their career in information systems with the expertise necessary for the successful deployment of new technologies. Courses are taught by faculty members who are practitioners, ensuring that course content remains current with industry standards. The flexibility and adaptability of this program make it well-suited for individuals who are interested in launching a career in the information systems field, as well as those who have worked in information systems for many years.
The Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Management is grounded in the liberal arts, enabling students to master the skills in critical thinking, analysis, and communication that they need to successfully address complex challenges in their work.
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