BS in Information Systems - Software Engineering Management
Strayer University's Bachelor of Science in Information Systems with a concentration in Software Engineering Management program is designed to explore methods for managing technical systems and developing innovative technologies to assist with organizational efficiency.
Official Program Name:
Bachelor of Science in Information Systems with a concentration in Software Engineering Management
School Offering Program:
In addition to being proficient with computers, candidates for this program should be mechanically inclined. Problem-solving skills and creativity are also helpful. They should have already earned a high school diploma or equivalent; however, graduate or specialized programs may have additional requirements.
In part, this program is designed to address system administration and infrastructure management strategies. It focuses on data design and computer systems auditing techniques along with ways of ensuring the privacy of consumer information. Concentration courses are designed to teach students the fundamentals of software engineering and project management.
Online and Campus-Based
180 quarter credits.
Students enrolled in Strayer University may be eligible for federal grants and loans, employer tuition assistance, military benefits, state grants, institutional scholarships, and private loans.
Required Courses for a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems with a concentration in Software Engineering Management:
Program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact Strayer University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program.
Area I - Core Component Courses (27 credits)
- ACC 100: Accounting I
- BUS 100: Introduction to Business
- CIS 106: Introduction to Information Technology
- CIS 109: Introduction to Management Information Systems
- ENG 115: English Composition
- MAT 104: Algebra with Applications
Area II - Major Component Courses (36 credits)
- CIS 111: Introduction to Relational Database Management Systems
- CIS 175: Introduction to Networking
- CIS 210: Systems Analysis and Development
- CIS 333: Network Security Fundamentals
- CIS 336: Enterprise Architecture
- CIS 348: Information Technology Project Management
- CIS 349: Information Technology Audit & Control
- CIS 499: Undergraduate Information Systems Capstone
Area II - Software Engineering Management Concentration Component Courses (18 credits)
- CIS 353: Project Requirements & Design
- CIS 421: Software Engineering
- CIS 433: Software Architecture Techniques
- CIS 443: Agile Project Management
Area III - General Education Component Courses (54 credits)
- ENG 215: Research & Writing
- ENG 315: Professional Communications OR ENG 316: Technical Writing (Required for IS)
- HIS 105: Contemporary U.S. History OR POL 110: U.S. Government
- HUM 111: World Cultures I
- HUM 112: World Cultures II
- MAT 300: Statistics
- PHI 210: Critical Thinking
- PSY 100: Psychology of Adjustment OR PSY 105: Introduction to Psychology
- REL 212: World Religions
- SCI 110: Introduction to Physical Science OR SCI 115: Introduction to Biology
- SOC 100: Introduction to Sociology
- ECO 405: Economic Problems & Issues OR POL 300: Contemporary International Problems OR SOC 300: Sociology of Developing Countries
Area IV - Elective Component Courses (45 credits)
- Program participants who attend New Jersey campuses must take five of the following General Studies electives: Psychology, Foreign Language, Humanities, Sociology, History, English, Philosophy, Mathematics, Economics, Science, Religion, and Political Science.
Furthering Your Education:
Undergoing advanced study in the areas of software architecture and analysis could help learners build stronger skill sets. Topics that could be covered in a relevant master's degree program include information systems design, systems integration, information security, and project management.
Graduates could explore degree programs that include:
- Master of Science in Information Systems Engineering
- Master of Software Engineering
- Master of Science in Management Information Systems
Program graduates may be able to explore a broad range of career opportunities with telecommunications companies, IT consulting firms, healthcare facilities, Web-based businesses, brick-and-mortar organizations, or government agencies in areas such as quality assurance, networking, systems testing, or data analysis.
Graduates could pursue roles that include:
- Computer Support Specialist
- Software Quality Assurance Tester
- Business Intelligence Analyst