Information Technology

Information Systems

Information Systems programs combine various aspects of Information Technology in order to enable you to manage an extensive system of information within an organization, be it a corporation, school, hospital, government department or non-profit community agency. In particular, you will be studying the basics of Computer Science and Programming, such as programming tools, programming languages and the fundamentals of operating systems, both Windows and Linux, as well as introductory courses to Database Administration and basic to advanced courses in Networking, covering topics such as server management and networking security. You may also have courses in game design and development, as well as desktop publishing, troubleshooting computer systems, web design and managing information systems specifically for the healthcare niche.