Welcome to the Information Systems and Informatics (ISI) program.
The Information Systems and Informatics is an interdisciplinary program offered in collaboration between the Departments of Marketing and Computer Science. The ISI program provides students with core business and technical competencies to traverse the boundary between management and information technology.
Students learn to understand the strategic and transformative role that the state-of-the-art and emerging Information Technologies play in the rapidly changing business environment. They learn the principles and techniques of development and implementation of innovations, and the management and governance of the IT and its stakeholders. They learn to apply computational techniques, statistical modeling, and advanced business and data analytics skills to create innovative solutions and to support evidence-based decision making for the data intensive businesses.
The program prepares students for careers as business and systems analysts, designers and developers; data scientists; prepare students for cyber security; data administrators; information systems consultants; entrepreneurs; information policy officer, and IT managers or support staff, in all types of industry, civic and government organizations. The ISI students have opportunities to get engaged in a variety of faculty research projects, capstone projects, internships, and other volunteer jobs.
We look forward to seeing your growth and success in learning and discovery throughout your college years. For any questions, don't hesitate to contact us.
Soon Ae Chun & Louis Petingi
Co-Directors of Information Systems and Informatics
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About the Program
Information Systems & Informatics program is an interdisciplinary program between the Computer Science Department of Division of Science and Technology, and the Marketing Department of School of Business.
The ISI program offers a BS degree starting this fall 2015. The inter-disciplinary program focuses on the Computer-based Information Systems Design and Development as well as Information/Data Science which involves collection, management, processing, and communicating, with advanced analytics methods to support business intelligence and decision making in various applied domains, such as business, government, health, medical, banking, finance, transportation, urban planning, etc.
|1998||BS degree program in Information Systems was founded as an interdisciplinary joint program between the School of Science and Technology and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|1999||Launched the IS program as a BS major as jointly offered by the Computer Science and Business Departments|
|2004-2008||Declining enrollment in IS major with low demand in Job market|
|Spring 2007||Self Study and External evaluation of IS program.|
|2008-2010||Joint task team for Information System Program Revival|
|Apr 2008||Business Department proposed MITS program under the Department of Business.|
|Mar 2010||CS-IS program proposed by the Computer Science Department|
|June 2010||Suspended BS in IS program and admission into the BS-IS program|
|2013-2014||Committee for IS program Relaunch Task|
|Sep 2014||Agree to establish MOU for the joint offering and decision making for the ISI program|
|Oct 2014||Submit a New BS program proposal in Info Systems and Informatics|
|June 2015||The NY State Education Department approval of the Info System and Informatics program name and the BS degree in Information Systems|
|Fall 2015||Launched the Information Systems and Informatics program jointly offered and managed by the Computer Science and the Marketing Department|
|Oct 2015||MOU agreement between School of Business and the Division of Science and Technology|
Soon Ae Chun, PhD
Professor / Chazanoff School of Business
Louis Petingi, PhD
Professor of Computer Science