Information Systems

Behind every business and government agency in the 21st century is a well-designed computer system tailored for their specific needs. The professionals who design, build and implement software to run these systems are known as information systems specialists and managers.

Demand is expected to remain high for those trained to work in information systems management, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

There are a variety of education degree programs for this field; however, most employers are requiring a minimum of a bachelor’s degree program in a computer-related subject.

Trained professionals in information systems can earn upwards of $70,000 annually

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