Why Study Information Systems at Le Moyne College?

Information Systems (IS) – the study of people, organizations and technology – provides the technology backbone of organizations today. Studying Information Systems at Le Moyne gives students an opportunity to make a difference in the world and in their community, while learning valuable skills in experiential learning settings.

A Le Moyne student could be working on a class service learning project with the Syracuse Samaritan Center, developing a project management plan for a new volunteer scheduling system, or developing unmanned aerial systems (UAS) architectures for Arctic emergency response or GE power plant installation and construction. In a first internship, students might work with health information systems at Upstate Medical University or St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse, learn how to be an influencer in a social media firm, or roll out new technologies at the Syracuse Rescue Mission. Subsequent internships could take the student to United Technologies’ Digital Technology Accelerator in Brooklyn, BNYMellon’s Data Science Center of Excellence in Oriskany, NY, or launch the student on a fast-paced Digital Technology Leadership Development Program at Lockheed Martin, IBM or GE, in Chicago, Atlanta, Boston or San Francisco.

In all of these experiences, the Le Moyne IS student’s grounding in ethics and Jesuit values provides the touchstone for student experiences, classes, internships and full-time roles. In short, then, the answer to the question, ‘Why study Information Systems at Le Moyne College?’ is that Le Moyne IS students have the technology, management and ethical foundations to make a difference in the world.  

Program Highlights

  • Dual majors with Accounting, Business Analytics, Computer Science, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing and Management, Management & Leadership, and Risk Management and Insurance. Explore Dual Majors
  • Accelerated undergraduate and graduate programs that allow students to achieve their goals at an accelerated pace while earning industry-valuable certifications from SAP, Oracle, IBM, Amazon (AWS), Microsoft and the Project Management Institute (PMI)
  • A 30-person active and engaged Industry Advisory Board that reviews our curriculum and programs, creates internship and full – time employment opportunities, and serves as mentors to Le Moyne IS students
  • Funded McDevitt IS Research Fellowships for students interested in independent research in autonomous systems, health IS interoperability, voice-enabled and wearable computing, data analytics and corporate social responsibility, among other topics
  • Formation Abroad partnerships with Jesuit universities in India and Poland that give IS students the chance to study at a Jesuit university, connect with local industrial leaders, and serve the local community while immersing themselves in the local culture and customs
  • Partnerships with Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies (iSchool) that provide substantial tuition discounts and accelerated undergraduate and graduate programs for Le Moyne IS students
  • Multiple internship and full-time employment placement opportunities – locally, regionally, nationally and globally



Exciting opportunities are available through the IS program’s extensive relationships in business and higher education.


Information Systems Major (B.S.)
Dual Majors and Concentrations with Accounting, Business Analytics, Computer Science, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Management & Leadership, and Risk Management & Insurance (B.S.)
Distinctive Courses: Business Intelligence, Data Science, Marketing Analytics, Mobile Applications and Business Strategies, Health Information Systems, Accounting Information Systems, Distributed Enterprise Systems
Management Information Systems (M.I.S.) (for non-Business Students)
Health Information Systems (H.I.S.)

If you would like to learn more about the courses offered within the IS program, please visit the Le Moyne College catalog.

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