Information Systems & Analytics
Big data. Big Business.
Information Systems and Analytics (ISA) is an interdisciplinary department that considers how technology can facilitate business decisions to guide organizations to success. Our curriculum focuses on the intersection of areas like big data and business intelligence. It combines theory and strategy with hands-on experience.
As an undergraduate major in Management Information Systems or Accounting & Information Systems, you’ll have the chance to design applications in the lab and then put your learning to practice through credit bearing internships. Our Master’s in Information Systems students all complete a capstone project, which involves creating and implementing software for a local company.
About Our Program
We’ve been there—members of our faculty have founded companies and worked in both engineering and management. And they are pushing the field forward with research in business intelligence, software engineering, computer security, business analytics, and supply chain management.
No other school teaches information systems and analytics like we do. You’ll be at the forefront of the discipline and have fantastic job prospects when you graduate.
About our Undergraduate Majors
of graduates felt that the program met their career goals
of graduates were employed within 6-months of graduation
Beyond the Classroom
Get involved outside of the classroom!
The ISA department offers ways for students to actively participate in their community, both on an undergraduate and graduate level. Check out our Beyond the classroom page.
The Leavey School of Business Community Fellows Program places talented and committed undergraduate business students in paid, year-long internships at nonprofit and government organizations. Fellows also enroll in a year-long academic experience to reflect on and explore social justice and economic issues.
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News and Events
The Operations Management & Information Systems department has changed its name to the Information Systems & Analytics Department.
The new business analytics minor will cater to a growing, innovative industry.