Information Systems Management
The Information Systems Management program prepares students to examine the implementation and management of information systems in today’s technological business environment. This program provides students with a solid understanding of hardware, networks, and applications along with their impact on a business.
The first year of coursework focuses on information technology such as hardware, operating systems, and networking equipment. Hawkeye is a Regional Academy for Cisco Systems and delivers their curriculum covering switches and routers, preparing students to obtain the CCNA industry certification. Students are also trained and encouraged to pursue the CompTIA A+ certification as well as Microsoft MTA certification.
The second year focuses on business. Students gain an understanding of business to enable them to provide systems to support key business objectives as an information technology professional. These classes cover a variety of topics, including human resources, accounting, management, and marketing.
Hawkeye's Information Technology programs are located in Black Hawk Hall. The Information Technology lab equipment, environment, and technology are state-of-the-art.
Students enrolled in the Information Systems Management program wishing to transfer should contact a program advisor.
Black Hawk Hall 101
Black Hawk Hall 114
Cynthia Bottrell, Ph.D.
Grundy Hall 266