Those pursuing bachelor's degrees must complete Wayne State University's general education program, as well as courses to fulfill Mike Ilitch School of Business general education, foundation and core requirements.
In addition to all the above requirements, information systems management majors must complete the following courses:
Foundation courses (choose two)
- ISM 5570: Data Mining and Analytics
- ISM 5860: Data Communications and Networks
- ISM 5992: Database Systems
Choose three courses from one of the following tracks.
Inbound information technology (IIT) specialist
- ISM 5670: Special Topics in Information Systems
- ISM 5705: Inbound Information Technology
- ISM 5994: Software Tools for Business Applications
Enterprise architecture (EA) analyst
- ISM 5200: ERP Systems: Concepts and Practice
- ISM 5560: Survey of e-Commerce
- ISM 5820: Systems Analysis and Design
- ISM 5900: Project Management
- ISM 4575: IT Security
- ISM 4990: Directed Study in Information Systems Management
- ISM 5210: Blockchain Fundamentals for Accounting and Business
- ISM 5530: Ethics in Information Technology
- ISM 5890: Internship in Information Systems
Each course is three credit hours. Students are responsible for observing all prerequisites and limitations, and must have a minimum 2.50 GPA to enroll in 3000 level or higher Ilitch School core and major courses.
You can choose to earn either a B.A. or B.S. in any Mike Ilitch School of Business major. The only difference is that the B.A. has a foreign language requirement; the B.S. does not.