B.S. Information Science

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Why study Information Science at North Central University?

With an Information Science degree from North Central University, you can make an impact in the world. You’ll study how the areas of computer science, business, and people come together to impact companies across the globe. From creating systems for managing data to exploring how information is used and sold, you’ll be prepared to serve in a variety of exciting roles.

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Industry Opportunities

The Bachelor of Information Science degree at NCU is designed to prepare graduates to become data analysts in a variety of industries. Preparation for this field will include a blend of Computer Science and Business curriculum. Many IS graduates will select a minor in a Business­ related field as an industry emphasis and focus.

Information Science graduates will be able to procure and examine large amounts of data and interpret it for decision-making, especially in the area of strategy. Information Science graduates will be positioned for the following opportunities:

Business analyst | Database administrator | Information security analyst  IT network administrator | Network architect | Software developer  Systems administrator | Systems analyst | Web developer

Program Highlights

Student-Led Classes

Small classes and a tight-knit community allow you to make great connections. North Central’s Information Science program is a tight-knit group, so you’ll have extensive opportunities to interact with your fellow students and professors.

Career Preparation

Get practical, relevant training in a high-demand career field. Our Information Science program will prepare you with the applicable knowledge, practical skills, and hands-on training you need to pursue a career in this high-demand career field.

Internship Opportunities

Our unique urban location gives students opportunities for establishing careers. Information Science students at North Central have unique opportunities to intern at local agencies and businesses.

Return on Your Investment

College of Business and Technology students receive career mentoring 100% of the time (compared to only 65% of US college graduates according to a Gallup 2019 poll). Career Services prepares students for a career after graduation.  North Central University students are highly sought after by a variety of well-known companies. 

Class of 2021



Students employed within 6 months of graduation 2020 and 2021 (with the exception of students pursuing continued education, entrepreneurship, or missions)



Completed an internship in their chosen field (our students have resumes that reflect someone that has been in their career field for 3+ years at graduation)


$67k- $78k

2021 Average Information Science graduate salary within 6 months

Recent Internships & Employers

NCU’s Information Science program has equipped me with knowledge and skills that will help me be prepared when pursuing my career after college. The program has offered me lots of insight and experience from both my peers and professors, as well as building a strong foundation and understanding in my field.

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Do Something Initiative

The Do Something Initiative, created by COBAT for the purpose of students going above and beyond learning about their major and disciple, is a four-year track.

Within this initiative, students not only partner with a mentor but select different opportunities within their specific track to further their goals. These opportunities come in an array of options from attending conferences, and networking events, to completing informational interviews as well as student athletics.

When students have completed the Do Something Initiative, they are not only more aware of their career opportunities, but of various industries and sectors within their targeted paths around the world.

Industry Experts in our Classrooms

Colin Miller headshot Colin Miller

Director of School of Technology, Assistant Professor

Faculty member Bill Tibbetts. William Tibbetts

Dean of Digital Education & Dean of College of Business and Technology

Shawn Sauve

Director of College of Business and Technology

Mark Skeba headshot Mark Skeba

Professor of Business and Marketing

Faculty member Brian Stewart Brian Stewart

Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship

Steve Tebbs headshot Steve Tebbs

Sports Management Professor