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Information Systems

Welcome to the Information Systems Program!

All disciplines are experiencing growth in computer use, and students who enrich their knowledge of information systems (IS) have a distinct professional advantage. The Information Systems program is designed to serve students with educational and career interests in information systems, as well as those students who have other career and educational interests and who desire knowledge of information systems.

Where Can Studying Information Systems Take Me?

The IS curriculum uses formal links and cross listings to integrate knowledge across the College, using information systems as the technological glue. As a result, IS courses are linked to other courses and departments within and outside the School of Business, and to courses outside Le Moyne College, notably to courses at Syracuse University through the 4+1 B.S./M.S. information systems program, whereby Le Moyne IS students can obtain an accelerated Master of Science in information management from Syracuse University.

Le Moyne students may also complete a 6-9 month corporate technology immersion experience through the Global Enterprise Technology program. Finally, industry, academia and government alliances provide key partnership opportunities for Le Moyne College students. The result is that IS courses are linked and cross-listed with a variety of disciplines and across multiple academic institutions; those links include ties to computer science, nursing, health care systems, finance, marketing, sports management, business analytics, and management and leadership.

Information Systems Program and MS, Information Systems program students were hosted by Ernst & Young's NYC office, and were briefed by alumni Kathleen Calabro '13, Matt Mahaffy '12, and Le Moyne Trustee and adjunct professor Bill Barrett '78, the E&Y partner leading E&Y's Risk Advisory Services. The meeting took place during the group's annual professional development visit and day in New York City.
What IS Programs Are Offered?

The IS program provides undergraduate and graduate information systems courses for six undergraduate degree programs, two undergraduate minor programs, two graduate degree programs, and several certificate courses in information systems:

  • B.S., Business Administration, with a major in Information Systems.
  • B.S., Business Administration, dual majors in Analytics/Information Systems; Finance/Information Systems; Human Resources Management/Information Systems; Marketing/Information Systems; and Management and Leadership/Information Systems.
  • B.S., Accounting, with a concentration in Information Systems.
  • Minor in Management Information Systems.
  • Minor in Health Information Systems.
     Joint IS/Computer Science degree in Software Applications and Systems Development (SASD)
  • 4+1 Dual Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree program in Information Systems at Le Moyne College (for Le Moyne Business undergraduate students and Le Moyne Arts & Sciences undergraduate students);
  • 4+1 Dual Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree program in Information Management (Fast Track program) with Syracuse University;
  • 5-year BS Accounting/M.S.,Information Systems
  • M.S., Information Systems.
  • Global Enterprise Technology (GET) Immersion Experience Internship Program.
  • Graduate Management Information Systems courses for MBA students, and Graduate Certificate in Health Information Systems.

Each of these programs and degrees provides differing levels of background and experience with information systems. Students with a major other than business administration who are interested in a basic level of familiarity with information systems can pursue an M.I.S. or Health IS minor as part of their course of study.

Interested students are encouraged to discuss these choices with their advisers or the information systems program director to determine which offering best meets their needs. Students majoring in information systems are encouraged to pursue internship opportunities as part of their academic experience. Exceptional students are encouraged to participate in honors study.

Information Systems Major Undergraduate Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)

Students graduating from the Information Systems program in the Madden School of Business at Le Moyne College will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge about the role of information and data management systems in organizations.
  • Demonstrate data analysis and development capabilities and knowledge of enterprise systems, and
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the ethical, legal, societal and global impacts of information systems.

Courses and Requirements
If you would like to learn more about the courses offered within the IS program, please visit the Le Moyne College catalog. Alternatively, you may also visit faculty pages to see the courses taught by each instructor.

Undergraduate Research


There are a number of interesting and exciting opportunities made available through Le Moyne's extensive relationships in the business and academic world.

Recent Information Systems Internship/Full-time Job Placement

GE IT Leadership Program
Lockheed Martin Financial Leadership Development Program
Ernst & Young IT Risk Advisory Program
Ernst & Young Accounting/Client Services 
BNYMellon IT Leadership Program
BNYMellon Business Analyst
BNYMellon Technology Analyst
BNYMellon Data Scientist Intern, Analyst
JPMorgan Technology Analyst
JPMorgan Cybersecurity Analyst
HealtheConnections Health Information Systems Analyst
Excellus Blue Cross Benefits Administrator 
AXA/Equitable Financial Analyst 
Fedex Operations Analyst 
Terakeet Brand Strategist
Turning Stone Financial Controls Analyst
Borg Warner Financial Analyst Intern
Riccelli Enterprises Accounting Services, Data Analyst Intern
FBI Agent/Analyst
US Secret Service Operations Analyst
Rescue Mission IT Intern
Home Headquarters IT Intern

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