The dual bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems and Master of Business Administration program advances an undergraduate/graduate integrated technology and management curriculum.  It combines the technical skills from the undergraduate information technology classes with the management and leadership skills of the graduate program.  Students in this dual BS/MBA program may earn both degrees in as few as 5 years.

The Computer Information Systems program focuses on the experiential learning model to prepare students for a wide variety of positions within the Information Technology (IT) field. IT professionals are responsible for not only maintaining and securing existing equipment and data, but also assessing, recommending, and implementing new technology throughout the organization. In completing the B.S. CIS degree, students will be expected to solve business problems using critical thinking skills, become effective business and technology communicators, obtain proficiency in developing and delivering  IT solutions, and obtain strong ethical awareness within the context of business. Students will also need to meet the program objectives of the MBA program.

BA 302Business Ethics3
CM 100Speech3
EH 105College Writing3
HE 111The Husson Experience ***1
MS 132Probability and Statistics3
Historical Elective3
Fine Arts Elective3
Foreign Culture & Conversation Elective3
Lab Science Elective3-4
Literature Elective3
Math I Elective4
Perspectives Elective3
Philosophical Elective3
Psychological/Sociological Elective3
Sustainability Elective (or Open Elective if met elsewhere in curriculum)3
BA 101Introduction to Business3
BA 300Business Presentations3
IT 241Managing and Maintaining a PC I3
IT 242Managing and Maintaining a PC II3
IT 261Introduction to Computer Programming I3
IT 262Introduction to Computer Programming II3
IT 331Networking3
IT 341 Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server I3
IT 342Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server II3
IT 351Information Technology Internship3
IT 410Database Design3
IT 431Theory and Practice in IT Security 3
IT 471Current Trends in IT 3
IT 481Project Management Techniques 3
IT 482Information Technology Project Development 3
MK 220Marketing Fundamentals3
XR 177Extended Reality I3
AC/BA/MK Elective3
AC/BA/MK Elective (200+)6
IT/XR Elective3
IT/XR Elective (200+)3
IT/XR Elective (300+)3
Open Elective9
BA 600Research Methods in Business and Education3
BA 601Managerial Economics3
BA 602Managerial Accounting3
BA 605Management Communications3
BA 620Financial Management3
or BA 621 Marketing Management
BA 625Global Strategic Management3
BA 643Strategic Change Management3
Graduate Business Electives9
Total Hours152-153
First Year
CM 1003BA 1013
EH 1053IT 2423
HE 111***1MS 1323
IT 2413Foreign Culture & Conversation Elective3
Math I Elective4Philosophical Elective3
Psychological/Sociological Elective3 
 17 15
Second Year
IT 2613BA 3023
IT 3313IT 2623
MK 2203XR 1773
Literature Elective3Historical Elective3
AC/BA/MK Elective3Perspectives Elective3
 15 15
Third Year
IT 3413BA 3003
IT 4103IT 3423
Lab Science Elective3-4IT 3513
Sustainability Elective (or Open Elective if met elsewhere in curriculum)3Fine Arts Elective3
IT/XR Elective3Open Elective3
 15-16 15
Fourth Year
BA 6003BA 6023
BA 6013BA 6053
IT 4713IT 4313
AC/BA/MK Elective (200+)3AC/BA/MK Elective (200+)3
Open Elective3Open Elective3
 15 15
Fifth Year
BA 620 or 6213BA 6253
BA 6433IT 4823
IT 4813Graduate Business Elective3
Graduate Business Elective3Graduate Business Elective3
IT/XR Elective (200+)3IT/XR Elective (300+)3
 15 15
Total Hours: 152-153

May not be required for degree completion.