Blog: Idea & Innovation in the Classroom

Idea and innovation in the classroomDr. Deborah Carstens, professor of the College of Business, likes to bring the concepts of ideation and innovation into the classroom. Her information systems students experience many activities from brainstorming to building the storyboards and paper prototypes.

Check out Dr. Carstens' classroom in the Florida Tech blog and explore the other business blogs!

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Get an Information Systems Degree from Florida Tech

Develop Business and High-Tech Network Management Expertise

This undergraduate program integrates business concepts and technology skills for developing information systems for competitive advantage in the global market. The program focuses on practical applications of current and emerging technologies for strategic support of an organization's technical goals and offers areas of emphasis in database management and information assurance.

Whether you want to be a data manager, customer technology specialist or the developer of the next new business intelligence system, an information systems degree from Florida Tech gives you hands-on experience in business and management.

Gain Practical Experience

From cyber security to usability analysis to database management, opportunities for information systems professionals are vast and expanding.

As an information systems degree student, courses such as Global Business Perspectives and Computer Applications for Business start off your freshman year. Guided by highly qualified faculty who care about your success, you'll begin specializing as early as sophomore year. The information systems degree curriculum includes the practicum in business, a professional internship course in which you apply your information systems skills and savvy within a dynamic local company. As a result, you gain practical experience, an expanded professional network and perhaps even a pre-graduation job offer.

Build Professional Relationships

Beyond the classroom, information systems degree majors build leadership experience through exciting internships and participation in academic organizations like Delta Mu Delta (national business society), the Society for Advancement of Management, student government and over 100 other campus-wide student organizations

Get Recruited Upon Graduation

Employers that have recruited Florida Tech students for internships and careers include GE, Duracell, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Northrop Grumman and many more.

Earn an Advanced Degree

After receiving their degree, many of our students go on to graduate school (often at Florida Tech) to pursue their M.B.A.