Digital Systems Analysis

The Digital Systems Analysis concentration focuses on the business data and software applications needed by an organization and the planning and management of a computer information system to meet those needs.

The Digital Systems Analysis concentration helps prepare students for careers such as:

  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Database Administrator
  • Application Architect

Digital Systems Analysis
Concentration Requirements

  • DSCI 10310 My Story on the Web
  • DSCI 31010 Enterprise Architecture
  • DSCI 33310 Human-Computer Interaction
  • MIS 44043 Database Management Systems
  • MIS 24163 Principles of Management
  • MIS 34054 Using Information Systems for Solving Business Problems
  • MIS 34068 System Analysis and Design
  • MIS 44045 Information Systems Management

Bachelor of Science in Digital Sciences
Major Program Requirements

  • DSCI 10010 Society, Culture and the Digital Sciences
  • DSCI 10410 Information Ethics and Social Responsibility
  • DSCI 13210 Design Processes and Principles
  • DSCI 15310 Computational Thinking and Programming
  • DSCI 34410 Digital Information Management and Processing
  • DSCI 41510 Project Management and Team Dynamics
  • DSCI 41610 Digital Systems Security
  • DSCI 40910 Capstone in Digital Sciences
  • MIS 24053 Introduction to Computer Applications
  • MIS 24065 Web Programming
  • TECH 46411 Requirements Engineering and Analysis
Choose 9 credits of approved electives in Digital Sciences or a related area, including:

Communication Studies, Computer Technology, Computer Science, Instructional Technology, Journalism and Mass Communication, Management and Information Systems, Technology and Visual Communication Design