INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY

 

Available On Campus and Hybrid.

Preparing the Next Generation of Information Systems Professionals.

A major or minor in Information Systems and Technology emphasizes the application of computing technology in today's workplace, and focuses on developing a combination of technical and business skills. 

Coursework

We will challenge you through coursework in programming, database and system design and project management.  At the same time, we will provide you with instruction in business areas such as financial information systems and enterprise resource planning (ERP).

Related Programs

Villanova's College of Professional Studies also offers a major in Computer Science and a combined BIS/MS in Software Engineering.

CPS also offers a Certificate in Information Systems and Technology that only requires 6 courses to complete. Students may enroll in this certificate program with or without completion of an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree. All courses can be counted towards completion of a degree in CPS.

 

CURRICULUM

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

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Villanova allows students to transfer up to 90 credits from other regionally accredited institutions. Find out more about transfer credits and community college agreements.

COVID-19 UPDATES
All students, faculty and staff who will be on campus are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. For more information, visit the University's Vaccine Info webpage.


APPLICATION DEADLINES


FastForward 2 Deadline - October 12
Spring Deadline - January 10

College of Professional Studies

800 E. Lancaster Avenue
Vasey Hall, Room 103
Villanova, PA 19085

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Important Notices for Distance Education Students

The following includes important information for students participating in online courses, online programs and/or on-ground clinicals or practicums while physically located outside of Pennsylvania.

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BIS vs. BA

The primary difference between a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) degree and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree is the core curriculum that must be completed for each.

Students completing the BIS degree follow a 45-credit core curriculum. This provides more flexibility and choices in selecting classes.

Students completing the BA degree follow the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 50-credit core curriculum, which includes foreign language courses and science courses with a lab.