School of Information Sciences - Undergraduate Program


These specializations are designed to help you define your skills and career options. The specializations and the courses for each were determined by our faculty and industry advisors to ensure that you’ll have the knowledge that employers need.

Information systems specialization enables students to use object-oriented design tools to design, build, implement, and test Web-based information systems.

User-centered design specialization provides the visual and human-computer interaction skills needed to design and build prototypes of information systems interfaces as well as to perform usability testing of these systems.

Networks and security specialization offers skills needed to design, build, and test LANS, WANS, Wireless, Internet, and Web-based networks.

Self-designed specialization allows you to create the skill set, through your course selections, that you need for the career that you want to pursue. Combine elements from each of the specializations above, or think about adding courses that will broaden your area of expertise.

Personal Attention

The average student-to-faculty ratio is 22.5:1 in the undergraduate program. You will get the attention you need from your professors.