Thinking about a career in business information systems?
The Department of Business Information Systems offers Western Michigan University students opportunities to gain skills for managing the integration of technology with business processes, preparing them for a range of career opportunities in business management and information technology roles in today’s modern business world.
A recent study that measures the importance of research published in quality journals as well as research co-authorship ranks WMU 68th internationally in business and management education research, the highest rank of any Michigan institution.
Dealing with malware is an ongoing problem. A recent development in the form of WannaCry, malware that infected computers in 150 countries, is a wake-up call for organizations, says Dr. Alan Rea, professor of business information systems.
Did you know the information security field's growth potential has a predicted 35% growth rate for the 10-year period ending in 2022? The Haworth College of Business and College of Engineering have collaborated to offer an online graduate certificate to provide IT professionals with cyber security training to help them advance in the field. The program is now open for enrollment for fall 2017.
Bryan Osborne is a tech junkie. He’s an avid gamer, experiments with CAD/3D modeling, studies Computer Information Systems at Western Michigan University, and is learning new skills this summer through a new internship program at AmeriFirst Home Mortgage in Kalamazoo.
If you're interested in hearing about the latest trends in technology straight from industry leaders, you'll want to attend the ICHITA-IT Forum Joint Conference. Join us on Nov. 2-3 for: Exploring Health IT Innovation and Cyber Security in the Digital Era. Develop curriculum, research and partnerships that lead the reformation of healthcare delivery, data collection and data management.