Program Overview

The online B.S. in Information Systems at LAPU equips students with broad professional knowledge and practical skills. Students will develop professional competencies in managing information, computers, databases, systems analysis, and business principles related to Information Systems. With the opportunity to select an emphasis area, students are able to customize the bachelor’s in Information Systems program to pursue personal or specific career interests within the field.

Program Highlights

  • Develop professional competencies in managing information, computers, databases, systems analysis, and more.
  • Career-relevant coursework based on current industry trends.
  • Dual focus on theoretical foundation AND practical skills
  • Apply Christian ethics in response to ethical issues within the field of information systems.

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Potential Careers

Graduates of the program are armed with the knowledge and practical skills needed to succeed in a variety of roles in related industries:

Database Administrator

Business Analyst

Systems Analyst

Information Security

Network Administrator

IT Manager

Course Requirements

Students must complete the following degree components at LAPU or via applicable transfer credits. See the catalog for more details.

General Education Requirements
34 Credits

General Education (34): see catalog for more details

34 Credits
Program Requisites
12 Credits

ISYS 150Applied Math for Information Systems

3 Credits

ISYS 200Introduction to Information Systems

3 Credits

ISYS 210Hardware and Software

3 Credits

ISYS 220Object-Oriented Programming

3 Credits
Major Requirements
45 Credits

BUSN 200Business in a Digital World

3 Credits

BUSN 395Project Management

3 Credits

ISYS 230Introduction to Systems Analysis

3 Credits

ISYS 310Server Management

3 Credits

ISYS 320Business Communication Systems

3 Credits

ISYS 330Network Administration

3 Credits

ISYS 340Database Design and Administration

3 Credits

ISYS 380Information Systems Management

3 Credits

ISYS 400Web Development

3 Credits

ISYS 410Operating Systems Analysis and Design

3 Credits

ISYS 420Enterprise Architecture

3 Credits

ISYS 440Data Analysis and Warehousing

3 Credits

ISYS 450Mobile Applications and Computing in Business

3 Credits

ISYS 490Information Systems Capstone

3 Credits

ORGS 350Leadership Ethics

3 Credits
Electives
29 Credits

Electives (29): choose 100-400 level courses from the catalog

29 Credits
Total Credits
120 Credits
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Recommended Concentrations

A concentration is similar to a minor, but more integrated and with no extra units added to the degree. Each program allows you to choose a concentration to sharpen your skills and specialize in a focused area of study.

Business Information Systems

Explore the intersection of information systems and business.

The Business Information Systems concentration provides students with specialized knowledge and skills related to the intersection between information systems and business environments. Students are prepared to apply such knowledge and skills to a variety of business contexts and processes.

BUSN 320 – Financial Management and Markets (3 Credits)

BUSN 350 – Marketing and E-Commerce (3 Credits)

ISYS 460 – Data Analytics and Business Intelligence (3 Credits)

ISYS 465 – Business Information Systems and Ethics (3 Credits)

ISYS 470 – Information Security and Compliance (3 Credits)

Business Intelligence

Theory and application of business intelligence, information security, and data modeling.

The Business Intelligence concentration provides students with basic theories and applications of information technology and electronic evidence as they relate to both business efficiency and security planning. Students are prepared for work in private, public, and nonprofit sectors in enhancing business operations and security.

BUSN 350 – Marketing and E-Commerce (3 Credits)

ISYS 460 – Data Analytics and Business Intelligence (3 Credits)

ISYS 470 – Information Security and Compliance (3 Credits)

ISYS 480 – Advanced Data Management (3 Credits)

ISYS 485 – Data Modeling and Architecture (3 Credit)

Cyber-Security

Developing specialized knowledge and skills related to information and system security.

The Cyber Security concentration provides students with specialized knowledge and skills related to information and system security, including best practices related to vulnerability assessment, data protection, compliance, and risk management. Students are prepared for a variety of career opportunities within the information security industry.

ISYS 370 – Principles of Digital Forensics (3 Credits)

ISYS 350 – Ethical Hacking (3 Credits)

ISYS 465 – Business Information Systems and Ethics (3 Credits)

ISYS 470 – Information Security and Compliance (3 Credits)

ISYS 495 – Enterprise Risk Management (3 Credits)

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