Department summary
The B.S. in Information Systems is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET,


In the information age in which we live, the most significant advances in business and organizations will be achieved through the strategic application of information technology.

The Information Systems & Technology Department (IS&T) prepares students to become productive team players in today’s business world through a balanced offering of certificates, associate, and bachelor’s degrees in Information Systems, Information Technology and Information Management.

A very lucrative option for Business Management majors is to minor in Information Systems.

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IS&T News

Welcome to new Information Systems faculty member Matthew North, Ed.D
Congratulations IS&T 2015 graduates!
Congratulations to Jeff Cold on finishing his Ph.D. from Indiana State University.
April 2015: Pat Ormond celebrates 30-years teaching at UVU.
John Anderson, Ph.D. becomes Full Professor.
Welcome to new security faculty member Basil Hamdan, Ph.D.
Cybersecurity graduate certificate approved. 5000-6000 level classes are found here.
Feb. 2015: PBL student chapter is reinstated with Kodey Crandall as faculty advisor.
Feb. 2015: DECA student chapter is reinstated with Kodey Crandall as faculty advisor.
As of Fall 2014, AIM courses that were previously listed with the DGM prefix have a new prefix, IM, for Information Management.
John Anderson passes the Adobe Certified Expert Site Catalyst certification.
Kim Bartholomew becomes a Certified ScrumMaster, completing the course and passing the exam provided by ASPE-SDLC.
Students are encouraged to apply for the Keith R. Mulbery Endowed Scholarship for Information Systems.