Minor in Information Systems Online Program

Minor in Information Systems Online Program

Develop your Passions with a Minor in Information Systems

A minor in Information Systems provides an excellent foundational knowledge of applications, systems, and data. Your Information Systems minor will be an exciting and fast-paced addition to your bachelor’s degree program. You will learn computer and programming skills as well as the portable language of the internet through Java. You will be taught program stand-alone applications and build a program from start to finish.

As you study the objectives of the course requirements, your electives will allow you to customize your Information Systems minor to make it your own. You will explore fascinating aspects of Information Systems such as new and rising technologies and learning how to debug systems through basic file manipulation. With your experience and acquired skills through the IS minor, you will enhance your career path and increase job opportunities. 

Information Systems and Information Technology areas of study have many similarities; however, each field of study is unique. Information Systems leans more toward the analysis and management of people and technology in all areas of business while Information Technology focuses on the application and design of technology.

Expand Your Knowledge Through an Information Systems Degree Online

For those interested in furthering their education, Liberty’s Bachelor of Science in Information Systems will provide you with a more in-depth study of the sought after skills in the IS field. Our Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems online is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and is an industry leader in IS field. The program is offered completely online, allowing you to remain active in your job, with your family, and in your community without the worry of having to take courses on a campus. 

Liberty also offers a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology for students seeking to meet the growing need for application and database developers who are prepared to identify, address, and determine solutions and take on real-world projects in the field of technology.

Course Requirements (15 hours)

  • CSIS 208 – Application Programming
  • CSIS 212 – Object-Oriented Programming
  • CSIS 325 – Database Management Systems
  • Two CSIS Electives (300-400 level)
    • CSIS 315 - Client-Side Programming
    • CSIS 316 - Server-Side Programming
    • CSIS 344 - Information Security Operations
    • CSIS 345 - Introduction to Linux
    • CSIS 408- Web and Mobile Programming
    • CSIS 416 - AITE Capstone