Minor in Information Systems

Specialized Business Minors

These programs are designed to provide undergraduates with a focused exposure to a particular area of business practice rather than the broad exposure of the General Business Minor. As such, they can provide professional and technical skills needed for entry into specialized business employment for non-business majors or serve as an alternative to a double major for business majors wishing expertise in a second field.

Minor in Information Systems

Information Systems Minor — 24 units

Required Courses (12 units)

ACCT 300Accounting and Finance Reporting 13
ECON 305Economic Analysis for Non-Majors 23
ISYS 263Introduction to Information Systems3
MGMT 405Introduction to Management and Organizational Behavior3

Electives (12 Units)

Select four from the following:
ISYS 350Building Business Applications3
ISYS 363Information Systems for Management3
ISYS 463Information Systems Analysis and Design3
ISYS 464Managing Enterprise Data3
ISYS 471E-Commerce Systems3
ISYS 475Building Web Applications with Open Source Software3
ISYS 512Business Application Design and Development with .NET3
ISYS 556Building Mobile Business Applications3
ISYS 557Managing Open Source3
ISYS 565Managing Enterprise Networks3
ISYS 567Information Systems Internship3
ISYS 568Multimedia Business Applications Development3
ISYS 569Information Systems for Business Process Management3
ISYS 575Information Security Management3
ISYS 650Business Intelligence3
ISYS 663Information Technology Project Management3

Other courses related to the fields of business information systems and decision sciences may be substituted for one or more elective courses with prior written approval of an IS advisor.

1

ACCT 100 and ACCT 101 may be substituted for ACCT 300, on advisement.

2

ECON 101 and ECON 102 (formerly ECON 100) may be substituted for ECON 305, on advisement.

Note: No elective may be a lower division course. All electives must be taken on a letter grade basis with the exception of courses offered only on a CR/NC basis.