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Information Systems and Analytics - IS Track

This sample plan is for students admitted to business after one year. This sample plan is a supplement to your Degree Audit Report. Consult with your advisor on a regular basis for individual academic planning.  

IP = Intercultural Perspectives
FYIC = First-Year Integrated Core (BUS 101, BUS 102, ESP 103, BUS 104)
*BUS 308 fulfills Advanced Writing

First Year

First Semester
Course Number
of Hours
MTH 151 5
Creative Arts 3
Science 3
Humanities 3
Elective 2-3
Total Semester Hours 16-17
Second Semester
Course Number
of Hours
ECO 201 3
ENG 111 3
Science w/Lab 3-4
Diversity/IP 3
Elective 3-4
Total Semester Hours 15-17

Second Year

First Semester
Course Number
of Hours
ACC 221 3
CSE 148 3
STA 125 3
ECO 202 3
Global Perspectives 3
Total Semester Hours 15
Second Semester
Course Number
of Hours
ACC 222 3
FYIC 8
ISA 235 3
Global Perspectives 3
Total Semester Hours 17

Third Year

First Semester
Course Number
of Hours
ISA 245 3
ISA 281 3
ISA 225 3
MGT 291 3
Thematic Sequence 3
Total Semester Hours 15
Second Semester
Course Number
of Hours
ISA Elective 3
ISA 301 3
FIN 301 3
MKT 291 3
Thematic Sequence 3
Total Semester Hours 15

Fourth Year

First Semester
Course Number
of Hours
ISA 387 3
ISA 495 3
MGT 302 3
Thematic Sequence 3
Elective 4-5
Total Semester Hours 16-17
Second Semester
Course Number
of Hours
ISA 406 3
ISA Elective 3
BLS 342 3
BUS 308* 3
Elective 3
Total Semester Hours 15

Departmental Notes:

  • Select 2 of the following ISA electives (at least one must be an ISA course): CEC 205, CSE 271, ISA 303, ISA 305, ISA 385, ISA 401, ISA 403, ISA 414, ISA 481, ISA 491, or ISA 496. 
  • The following courses are offered fall term only: ISA 321 and 387
  • The following courses are offered spring term only: ISA 403 and 406.
  • ISA 495 may satisfy the IS major and Business Capstone requirements.
  • Additional Resources:

General Requirements:

  • For Miami entry fall 2016 and earlier, students must earn 128 hours to graduate; minimum of 64 hours of non-business coursework. For Miami entry fall 2017, students must earn 124 hours to graduate; minimum of 52 hours of non-business coursework required.
  • A 2.0 GPA overall and 2.0 GPA in business are required to graduate.
  • FSB students must select a non-business thematic sequence (some exceptions - consult your advisor).
  • Pre-requisite information available in the Miami Bulletin.
  • Diversity courses may meet GMP Intercultural Perspectives.
  • Most FSB students satisfy GMP Experiential Learning with an internship; ISA majors with IS track will satisfy this requirement with ISA 406.

Revised by FSB Advising, July 2017