Why study Information Science and Systems and Radford?
Information Science is where business and technology meet to offer a unique perspective on working in any industry. You have exciting, hands-on concentrations to choose from:
- Information Systems and Decision Analytics Concentration: Explore artificial intelligence and machine learning with a focus on business to bridge the gap between data and the people who make decisions.
- Information Systems and Security Management Concentration: The information systems security concentration provides graduates with fundamental knowledge of technology and business with specific skills in securing information systems enabling graduates to pursue a career securing, managing, and supporting information technology within organizations.
The program prepares students for careers in industry and government–and for graduate study. Within the computer science and technology degree program students can choose among four concentrations: computer science, database, networks, and software engineering. In the Information Science and Systems program, 2 concentrations are available: information systems and web development data analyst, UX designer, corporate taxonomist, web content analyst, digital archivist and more.
Information science is where business and technology meet to offer a unique perspective on working in any industry.
With the increased technology used to develop products, provide services, and communicate with clients, business leaders who understand technical aspects have an advantage. With the information science program, you’ll complete a combination of computer science classes and business classes, a true hybrid of business and technology. You’ll gain technical skills while also understanding the fundamentals of how businesses operate. In addition, graduates have experience working with students and faculty in each discipline.
Technical Skills Vital for Your Future
Gain technical skills while also understanding the fundamentals of how businesses operate. In addition, you will experience working with students and faculty in each discipline.