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|*Source:||National Association of Colleges and Employers||Who Hires U of U Graduates|
Information systems managers play a vital role in the implementation of technology within their organizations. They use their skills and technical know-how to achieve the strategic goals and operational objectives of their organizations.
An information systems graduate will possess the skills and insights needed to understand both business processes and the technologies available to support them. Success in information systems requires analytical skills, logic and creativity, as well as excellent interpersonal and communication abilities.
Opportunities for employment in the information systems career field are many and varied. Virtually every organization or business in all industries, including government entities and non-profit groups, depends to some degree on information technology. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for information systems professionals will grow between 8% and 22% per year, depending on the area of focus, until 2022.
What can I do with my Information Systems degree?
Data Process Management
Please note that this is just a brief list of options and should not be considered a complete list. For more information, please see the resources listed below.
American Society for Information
Science and Technology
Association for Computing Machinery
Association of Independent
Information Professionals (AIIP)
Association of Records Managers
& Administrators, Inc.
IEEE Computer Society
International Webmasters Association
Institute for Operations Research
& The Management Sciences
League of Professional Systems
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