Information Systems Minor Requirements
The undergraduate minor in Information Systems requires that students earn 15 credits of approved courses, receiving C grades or higher. Students enrolled in the minor must take INLS 201, 161, 382, and 523, described below. In addition, the student will take the remaining 3 credits as an elective. The elective may be an INLS course numbered below 699 or a course from outside of SILS of use/interest to the student and relevant to the minor. All electives, including SILS courses, must be approved by SILS.
- INLS 201 (formally 101): Foundations of Information Science*
- INLS 161 (formally 261): Tools for Information Literacy
Note: If an understanding of the bulk of the skills taught can be demonstrated, an elective course dealing with information systems relevant to the student's interests may be substituted. The elective may be a course in his or her own discipline, INLS courses, or simply a course of use/interest to the student that is relevant to the minor. The elective must be approved by SILS.
- INLS 382: Information Systems Analysis and Design
- INLS 523: Introduction to Database Concepts and Applications
- One elective
- A list of approved electives is available here
To review the School's academic policies, please consult the SILS Undergraduate Handbook page.
*Please refer to your catalog year in order to determine your requirements.