BIS class project in action

All students earning their B.A./B.S. diploma from the OSU College of Business complete business core or design core classes which make up more than half of all degree credits. These are common core classes that start in 100 levels in your first year, and move into 300- and 400-level courses as you advance.

The following learning goals and objectives are in addition to those in the business core learning goals and objectives.

The Business Information Systems (BIS) program trains students to:

  • Analyze and model the flow of information through business processes.
  • Formulate plans and architectures for the capture, storage and retrieval of data.
  • Develop computer programs to support or automate business processes.
  • Apply networking concepts and technologies to support business needs.
  • Align information systems and services with business strategy and formulate plans for the retrieval and analysis of supporting data.
  • Document, monitor and assess the effectiveness of IT controls.