Information Systems


Whether you dream of becoming the CEO of a Fortune 500 company or owning your own coffee shop, we are proud to offer you a comprehensive business program that is designed to meet your needs and goals. Our fundamental core classes and four areas of concentration offer you the most flexibility to build a solid foundation for whatever career you envision. 

Through our Business Administration program, you will study under highly esteemed faculty members who are dedicated in and out of the classroom. They will act as your teachers, mentors, and fellow scholars and they help you develop the skills you need to solve any problem and design strategic plans in a global marketplace. From the rigors of accounting to the creativity of entrepreneurship, you can explore the diverse aspects of an effective administration in the fast-paced environment of modern business.

By the time you earn either your Associate or Bachelor of Business Administration from BPC, you will:

  • Possess effective and professional communication skills,
  • Be competent and effective decision-makers,
  • Be socially responsible citizens, and
  • Be proficient in the use of current business technology.

Still not sure if this program is for you? Check out some of the classes you can take and the careers you can have with a B.B.A. degree in Information Systems.

Popular Classes

CIS 312 | Program Design and Development
CIS 419 | Java Programming
CJ   410 | Cybercrime

Potential Career Opportunities

Students who graduate from Brewton-Parker College with a degree in Information Systems have many options available to them after graduation, such as

Database Manager
Computer Programmer
Information Systems Manager
Systems Analyst

Information Security Analyst
Network Administrator
Software Developer
Computer Support Specialist

I purposely don't text people back within the first 4 days in case they desperately need me. If someone can't reach me, they can't depend on me. If they can't depend on me, they won't ask me for help. Mark one in my W column.
Corbin Howard
Terrible Communicator
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