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Business Administration, Information Systems Concentration, & Computer Science & Information Systems, Bachelor's/Masters Combined Program

Earn 2 Degrees in 5 Years

With a BSIS & MSCSIS Business Administration degree, graduates can become a:

Quantitative analysts develop and implement complex mathematical models that financial firms use to make decisions about risk management, investments and pricing.

A data analyst collects, cleans, and interprets data sets in order to answer a question or solve a problem. They can work in many industries.

Market research analysts gather and analyze data on consumers and competitors. They help companies understand what products people want, who will buy them, and at what price.

At a high level, statisticians are professionals who apply statistical methods and models to real-world problems. They gather, analyze, and interpret data to aid in many business decision-making processes.

Financial managers perform data analysis and advise senior managers on profit-maximizing ideas. They create financial reports, direct investment activities, and develop plans for the long-term financial goals of their organization.

Budget analysts prepare budget reports and monitor spending. Budget analysts help public and private organizations plan their finances. They prepare budget reports and monitor organizational spending.

A risk management specialist is a role appointed within organizations to identify potential risks that might negatively affect the business. This role has traditionally focused on financial risks.

Marketing Managers are responsible for developing, implementing and executing strategic marketing plans for an organization in order to attract potential customers and retain existing ones.

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This program is an opportunity for students who excel in business analytics to pursue a specialized master’s program. The combined program will benefit students in several ways:

Waiver of the graduate application fee and admission to the MSBA program (pending completion of MSBA program admission requirements)

Allows six credit hours of graduate course work to satisfy six credit hours of undergraduate concentration requirements

Avoids some duplication of content between undergraduate and graduate courses

4+1 B.S. Business Administration, Information Systems Concentration/M.S. Computer Science & Information Systems Combined Program Overview