Careers in information systems
The W. P. Carey Department of Information Systems has a reputation for quality, and is known for developing high-caliber information management, computer information systems, and business analytics professionals. A top destination for recruiters across the country and beyond, Fortune 500 companies along with governmental agencies and nonprofit organizations are interested in hiring our graduates.
Meet the demand
With a degree in computer information systems, information management, or business data analytics, your career choices are limitless. The goal of the undergraduate computer information systems and business data analytics programs are to prepare students for successful careers and to serve the information systems and business communities.
- The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that domestic employment of computer information systems graduates will increase 22 percent over the next seven years, with an average salary of $76,000.
- 89 percent of employers have indicated that their needs for skilled new recruits in business data analytics will continue to grow in the future, according to data from Occupational Information Network (O*NET).
Career services and resources
To prepare you for exciting internship and full-time positions, the W. P. Carey Career Services Center is available to assist undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni in their employment search and lifelong career management. Our career coaches have the expertise to help you clarify your career goals, structure and implement an effective job search, develop your interviewing skills, and more.