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Your career options for the computer information systems specialization in B.S. in Business Administration program is full of potential.

  • Types of jobs/fields you can enter:

    •    business intelligence
    •    computer programming
    •    database, network and computer systems administration
    •    information security
    •    IT project management
    •    programming and application development
    •    systems analysis and design

  • Positions you can hold:

    •    business analyst
    •    help desk support/technical specialist
    •    database administrator
    •    programmer
    •    project manager
    •    systems analyst
    •    website developer
  • Areas of expertise you’ll develop:


    •    analytics and business intelligence
    •    building, supporting and troubleshooting databases
    •    creating interactive websites
    •    learning the IT service delivery skills needed to be IT Infrastructure Library certified
    •    learning the project-management skills needed to be Project Management Institute certified
    •    managing wired and wireless computer networks, including understanding outsourcing and cloud computing
    •    systems analysis
    •    understanding internet and business security
  • Where our some of our graduates work:


    •    Charmer-Sunbelt Group
    •    The Johns Hopkins University
    •    Oracle
    •    Social Security Administration
    •    T. Rowe Price

Manage Your Career


UB Career Communities are organized by academic major and provide an opportunity to receive career resources related to a specific industry. Each Career Community is led by a career specialist in the Career and Professional Development Center. Assigned career specialists are available for individual career coaching appointments and can assist with:

  • making a career change
  • selecting a major
  • gaining experience

Register on UBworks (accessible through MyUB) to stay connected with your career specialist, schedule an individual career coaching
session, sign up for emails with industry-related job and internship postings and learn about upcoming special events.

The UB Career and Professional Development Center has assigned the following career community representative for the School of Business students: 

Jennifer Spencer HeilmanJennifer Spencer Heilman, M.Ed., GCDF
Career Specialist
410.837.5441
jspencerheilman@ubalt.edu

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