The UNC School of Information and Library Science (SILS) is one of the top-ranked schools of library and information studies in the nation.
The information systems minor is designed for undergraduate students who want to develop knowledge and skills in the use and design of information systems. It provides students with an understanding of computing, networking, multimedia, electronic information resources, and the Internet, which can be used to solve problems in a variety of contexts. The minor complements many fields of study and is a great addition to your primary major.
The undergraduate minor in Information Systems requires that students earn 15 credits of approved courses.
- Completion of at least one INLS course prior to admission.
- INLS 201: Foundations of Information Science*
- INLS 161: Tools for Information Literacy
- INLS 382: Information Systems Analysis and Design
- INLS 523: Introduction to Database Concepts and Applications
- 1 elective (3 credits) - Please refer to our Approved Electives page.