The information science and business combined major provides a technical degree with a strong grounding in business. Information science combines concepts and skills from computer science, behavioral and social science, and system design into an integrated, people-centered curriculum. Students will complete most of the requirements of a business major, including macroeconomics and microeconomics, while studying how information is acquired, organized, communicated, and used by both people and computers.

Choose Among Seven Additional Concentrations

Accounting Undergraduate Concentration

An undergraduate concentration in accounting prepares you for entry into one of the fastest-growing and most critical areas of management.
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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Undergraduate Concentration

Develop the skills needed to work effectively within a small business or how to start, aquire, or manage a business of your own.
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Finance Undergraduate Concentration

A fast-changing business world is putting finance front and center, with financial knowledge seen as essential to effective management.
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Management Undergraduate Concentration

Effective managers must know the business, be interpersonally competent, behave ethically, and diagnose human and organizational dynamics.
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Management Information Systems Undergraduate Concentration

In the Information Age, success for individuals and companies requires the ability to manage information effectively.
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Marketing Undergraduate Concentration

A business not only designs and manufactures products, but also markets and sells them to manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, and consumers.
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Supply Chain Management Undergraduate Concentration

All companies that produce, sell, or distribute products have a supply chain management function that must be effectively managed to be competitive.
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