Information Systems Programs at Baruch College

The Information System programs at Zicklin provide a strong foundation in the business and managerial issues related to information technologies. We offer degree programs at the undergrad (BBA), masters (MBA & MS) and doctoral (PhD) levels.

Learning

IS focuses on application of IT in business. Our programs include topics such as business analytics, cybersecurity, e-business, web design, globalization and IT, software development, networks and telecommunications, sustainability and IT, and financial IT, among others.

Location

Baruch is located in the heart of New York City’s business center. Baruch has been repeatedly named as a ‘best value’ MBA by BusinessWeek, Forbes, and Money Magazines. With top-quality faculty with expertise in various areas of IS, prime location, and an institution that values teaching quality, Baruch’s IS programs present a well-rounded foundation necessary for a business technology career.

Python workshop for beginners – 5/1/18 12:30PM

This will be an entry-level workshop designed to introduce key concepts and to get started with programming. You don’t have to be a CIS major to do this. Learn to use programming as a powerful problem-solving tool in the area you are working on. This hands-on workshop is intended for students who have not learned …

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Workshop on Tableau (for beginners) – 05/03/2018 12:30 PM

Learn to create visualizations and interactive dashboards. Attend our Tableau workshop to learn how to use this tool to present data to key decision makers. You’ll learn how to navigate the product and use certain basic features in Tableau. This workshop is intended for students who have not learnt or worked with Tableau before. Conducted …

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Computer Lab

MS Access workshop for beginners- 4/23/18 12:30PM

Learn how to capture and report data using Microsoft Access. This Access workshop is designed to teach students how to create and query tables, manipulate data, create forms and reports using Access. Open to students of all Majors. No prior knowledge of MS Access required. Monday 04/23/18 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM Location – lab …

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Intermediate python workshop – 3/28/18 12:30PM

This will be an intermediate-level workshop designed to teach you intermediate level commands such as loops, nested loops, functions . You don’t have to be a CIS major to do this.  Learn to use programming as a powerful problem solving tool in the area you are working on. This hands-on workshop is intended for students …

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