To be recognized nationally and internationally as a leader in the area of information systems education and research.
Serving students and society through distinctive education, creative Information Systems research, and the ability to participate in the building of the knowledge economy based on latest Information Systems trends and technology.
The main objectives of the IS department are as follows:
- Contribute significantly to research and discovery of new knowledge and methods in Information Systems.
- Provide graduate and undergraduate students with strong and current conceptual foundations (theory and application) in the area of information systems.
- Enable students with the necessary tools and skills to effectively serve the IT industry and community needs upon graduation.
- Keep faculty current by providing opportunities for professional development.
- Provide IT consultations and community services to those in need of such services.
- Encourage innovative ideas and projects by both department faculty and students.
- Create an enticing educational environment by providing opportunities for extra-curricular activities through social activities and students clubs.