Why Study Information Systems at Le Moyne College?

Information systems (IS) has been called the "bridge" between technical and management functions of an enterprise, as IS professionals are able to understand and navigate how best an organization is implementing its overall use of information technology and the supporting infrastructure. Le Moyne's IS curriculum uses formal links and cross listings to a variety of disciplines that integrate knowledge across the College (both within and outside the Madden School of Business), with information systems serving as the "technological glue."  

Students majoring in information systems will be able to address and evaluate an organization's big questions: "What information is vital?" "Are IT processes well designed?" "Is the IT infrastructure able to adapt to changing business dynamics?" "Are systems and processes working together to create the most advantageous and effective IT environment?"

Program Highlights

The IS program’s national ranking reflects a number of distinctive features, including:

  • IS students at Le Moyne are eligible for McDevitt Undergraduate Research Fellowships
  • Tuition discounts in academic partnerships with premier educational institutions accelerate learning and discovery
  • An Industry Advisory Board of 30 senior executives from around the US visit campus twice a year to review our curriculum, provide guidance to our programs, and create opportunities to professional development, employment, and exploration for our students.
  • The program offers multiple internship and full-time placement opportunities
  • Students take part in Global Formation Abroad programs, which link academic, professional, and service opportunities
  • In line with Le Moyne’s Jesuit mission, IS students share their talents and energy through local, regional, and global community and service commitments to make the world a better place  

 

Careers

Exciting opportunities are available through the IS program’s extensive relationships in business and higher education.

Degrees

Majors: 
Information Systems Major (B.S.)
Information Systems Dual Majors: Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Management and Leadership, Business Analytics or Computer Science  (B.S.)
Distinctive Courses: Independent Study in Information Systems, Business Intelligence, Marketing Analytics, Mobile Applications and Business Strategies, Financial Telecomm & Cybersecurity
Minors: 
Management Information Systems (M.I.S.) Minor
Health Information Systems (H.I.S.) Minor

If you would like to learn more about the courses offered within the IS program, please visit the Le Moyne College catalog.


Get in Touch

Contact the Department Chair:

Martha Grabowski, McDevitt Distinguished Chair in Information Systems, Information Systems Program Director, Professor of Information Systems


PHONE:

(315) 445-4427


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Contact the Department:

Mitchell Hall
Le Moyne College
1419 Salt Springs Road,
Syracuse, NY 13214


PHONE:

(315) 445-4100


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