The B.S. in Information Systems prepares students to meet the rising demand for well-educated IS professionals in business, education, healthcare, and government. Graduates typically enter the workforce in IS-related positions such as IT consultant, data analyst (data analytics), computer systems analyst, IT auditor, software applications developer, and information security analyst. Salaries for IS graduates are higher than typical business majors and even higher for those who complete an internship.
The May 2020 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics, indicates that there are over 4.3 million jobs relevant to information systems. Moreover, the job market for information systems professionals is flourishing and projected to remain high through 2029. Recent IS graduates have been employed by top organizations across the region and United States such as Computer Aid, Inc., Capital Blue Cross, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Highmark Health, Lockheed Martin, Select Medical Corporation, Shell Oil Company, and Universal Health Service, Inc. .