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    The Bachelor of Science in Computer Systems Management (B.S.C.S.M) degree is a fully online degree completion program designed for the adult learner with prior college-level course work. Some of the courses may be taken in person at our four locations for those who prefer the in-class format. The computer systems management program prepares students to analyze, design, develop, implement, integrate, manage, and maintain information systems and information technology. By integrating a solid business administration curriculum and a technical and conceptual core of computer based study, adult learners will gain the expertise and knowledge necessary for successful employment in today's high tech workplace. The majority of classes can be taken online with some classes in person for those who prefer the in-class format.

    Graduates have secured careers as:

    • Help Desk Support Specialists
    • IT Technicians
    • Systems Analysts
    • Network Specialists
    • Database Managers
    • Business Managers
    • Program Coordinators

    And More!!

    Companies that have hired our Computer Systems, Management Graduates include:

    • Concurrent Technology Corporation
    • Penn State University
    • Raytheon
    • Lockheed Martin
    • American Red Cross
    • Erie Bearings Company
    • AmeriServe Financial

    And Many Others!!

  • Business Core (54 Credits)
    • ACCT 101 Financial Accounting
    • ACCT 102 Managerial Accounting 
    • BLAW 301 Legal Environment of Business
    • ECON 102 Principles of Economics II (microeconomics)
    • ENGL 208 Writing and Communicating in Business 
    • FIN 202 Finance 
    • MIS 102 Management Information Systems
    • MIS 110 Computer Programming with Business Applications
    • MIS 340 Management Information Systems 
    • MIS 345 Data Base Management 
    • MIS 342 E-Commerce 
    • MIS 343 System Analysis and Design 
    • MIS 406 Project Management and Practices 
    • MGMT 101 Principles of Management 
    • MGMT 102 Production/Operations Management 
    • MGMT 302 Marketing 
    • MGMT 401 Strategic Management 
    • STAT 301 Quantitative Business Analysis I 
    • STAT 302 Quantitative Business Analysis II


    Liberal Studies Component (42 Credits)
    • CPSC 101 Introduction to Computers 
    • ECON 101 Principles of Economics I (macroeconomics) 
    • ENGL 103 Writing for a Discipline 
    • ENGL 104 Writing about Literature 
    • FNAR (elective), 3 credits 
    • HIST (elective), 3 credits 
    • LANG (102 level or higher), 3 credits 
    • MATH 111 Finite Math (or higher) 
    • PHIL 205 Discovering Philosophy
    • PHIL 313 Business Ethics 
    • RLST 205 Faith and Franciscanism 
    • SCI (elective), 3 credits 
    • SOC SCI (elective), 3 credits 
    • SOC SCI (elective), 3 credits 


    Free Electives (32 Credits)

    32 Free Electives transfer in to this requirement area from other post-secondary schools or military. As well, students often use the free elective area to fulfill requirements for a minor, if desired.

    Course Catalog Major Requirements
  • Total Requirements: 128 Credits

    Assessment Outcomes