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B.S. in Information Systems Management

B.S. in Information Systems Management

B.S. in Information Systems Management

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The B.S. in Information Systems Management program prepares students who wish to pursue a career in information systems, as well as those who wish to advance in their already established career in systems management, with the expertise necessary for the successful deployment of new technologies. Courses are taught by faculty members who are leading experts in their fields. This ensures that content is current and professionally relevant. The continually evolving material covered makes this program well suited for individuals who are new to the information systems field, as well as those who are industry veterans.

Curriculum Requirements Overview Credits
Core Curriculum 32-34
Liberal Arts Electives 16
Required Courses 20
Required Information Systems Management Courses 24
Concentration Courses 16
Electives in Information System Management 16
Graduation Project 4
Total Required Credits 128-130

 

Course Locations: Daytime classes are held at the NYU Midtown Center, evening and Saturday classes are held mainly in the Washington Square area, while others may be held at 7 East 12th Street, downtown at the Woolworth Building, and online.

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