As of Fall 2012, we are no longer accepting applications for the Bachelor of Science in Information Systems.
Designed to build systems managers with development expertise, the Bachelor of Science in Information Systems will give you the critical skills necessary for directing computerized information resources within diverse organizational structures. Our curriculum follows current recommendations from both the Association for Information Systems (AIS) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
The program is designed for working professionals and provides small class sizes to enrich the learning environment. Our cohort system encourages you to form deep relationships with fellow students.
- Typical program length is 23 months, with 37 units
- Students attend class for four hours one night a week
- $920 per unit (2012-2013)
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Michael Seaman, BSIS '05, MSIS '08
"What sets USF apart from other institutions is the commitment of the faculty to the students. It was refreshing to have instructors that not only have worked in the subject matter they are teaching but are still working in the area. The instructor for the database class spent 20 years working and supporting database system at IBM. More importantly, he was very approachable and spent considerable effort working with students inside and outside of class to insure they understood the subject matter."