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Bachelor of Arts in Information Systems

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Information systems is the study of information technology and how it can be leveraged to bring value to an organization. Calvin offers a bachelor of arts (BA) degree in Information Systems. This degree is intended for the student whose primary interests are in information technology and management. It includes a selected mix of courses from information systems, computer science, and business.

Christian leadership is the foundation to the IS major. Team-building concepts are introduced early in the curriculum, followed by small group projects, and finally a significant class-sized project managed completely by students.

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Model Schedule

You can find the requirements for the BA degree in information systems in your freshman year course catalog. The following course schedule provides a suggested framework for students pursuing this degree.

YearFallInterimSpring
Freshman  
Sophomore  
  • ECON 221
  • MATH 201
Junior  
  • IS/CS elective
  • BUS/ECON elective
  • CS 295
Senior  

Minor in Information Systems

The department also offers a minor program in information systems.

Program Objectives and Assessment

A detailed specification of the program learning objectives and how they are assessed can be found at the department assessment plan (login required).