Information Systems Management Major
Organizations spend billions on information systems to run and monitor their major activities - including purchasing, production planning, sales, accounting, human resources, and more.
Business professionals who can make sound decisions when choosing, implementing and using these systems are invaluable.
Designed for students with an aptitude for understanding the complexities of information technology, the information systems management major emphasizes a managerial approach to information systems.
Wayne State information system management majors learn about the capabilities of computer-based information systems, including:
- Artificial intelligence
- Electronic data interchange
- Virtual reality
- Users' role in creating and designing systems
Please use the menu on the right to learn more about our information systems management major.
For career information, please visit the Career Planning & Placement Office's Career & Major Advising page.
The school also offers a Post-Bachelor Certificate in Information Systems Management.