The business information systems management minor (BIS management minor) focuses on how information systems are used to improve
organizational performance and transform basic business structures appropriately. The minor is designed to develop and enhance skill sets
needed for current or future careers across discipline fields and industries. The flexibility in this minor enables students to acquire
information systems skills most relevant to their career paths, major programs of study or secondary areas of interest.
Upon completion of the minor, a student will be able to analyze, design, and manage information systems and associated processes in a wide
variety of organizations. This minor provides students with valuable skills and knowledge in the management of information systems resources,
which constitute up to a third of the total assets of businesses and organizations today. The minor requires 18 credits and is suitable for
any Eastern student, including transfer and non-traditional students. At least four of the courses below should be taken at Eastern.