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Schedule an appointment with an advisor to get started or just talk over your options.

To start, contact Dr. Steve Rader, Business Department chair, at (740) 351-3215 or

Potential careers

Graduating students may enter employment as web developers, network technicians, operators, computer programmers, or microcomputer specialists in computer installations, to name a few of the possibilities.

IS background in business provides students with the opportunity to pursue both technical and managerial careers in organizations that incorporate leading edge technologies.

A firm background in business as well as IS provides those students interested in starting their own businesses the knowledge and tools necessary to be successful in the endeavor.

Job Outlook

US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook reports the job outlook for IS Managers 2016-2026 to be 12% growth (average is 6%).

Median salary for an IS Manager is $131,600 per year ($63.27 per hour).

Other possible career paths:

  • Network Administrator (6% increase, $ 81,100 salary)
  • Security Specialist (28% increase, $ 95,510 salary)
  • Computer Support Technician (11% increase, $ 52,810 salary)
  • Database Administrator (11% increase, $ 87,020 salary).

Information on occupational outlook and opportunities can be found at the Federal Government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Information Systems Management BSB

The Information Systems Management BSB is designed for the student seeking an entry-level position in the fast-growing computer industry.

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