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  Jan 18, 2018
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived]

Information Design and End-User Computing Major

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(69 credits)

The information design and end-user computing major provides students with the skills needed to manage information processing, administrative services, and staff in businesses and other organizational environments. Completion of the program of study prepares students for positions as end-user information processing consultants, enterprise system user and technical training specialists, technical support specialists, technical writers, customer support specialists, office administrators, executive assistants, and business information analysts.

Required Courses for all Information Design and End-User Computing Majors (24 credits):


9 credits of directed electives from the following areas:

  • accounting;
  • business education, information, and technology;
  • insurance; management;
  • management information systems;
  • finance;
  • marketing;
  • operations and supply chain management; or
  • economics.


Management Information Systems:

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