ALL Undergraduate Career Services (UCS) events and coaching will be conducted virtually this semester.  Please visit our COVID-19 Update page for more details.

Information Systems

Information Systems (IS) students learn how to address IT and process issues for operating and managing complex and distributed global businesses through specialized business process models. The curriculum blends information systems, decision sciences, and process management concepts to develop future IT resource professionals. IS students interested in furthering their education at the graduate school level should explore the Kelley Master of Science in Information Systems specialized degree.

Consider a Co-Major to gain additional skills in a specialized area.  Kelley Co-Majors include:

Click here to learn more about compensation and careers in Information Systems.

Featured Articles

How to Avoid Common Resume Mistakes!

Resume

Employers may receive thousands of resumes for one position. Because of this, they are often looking for any reason to eliminate a candidate. While resume writing is a creative process that allows writers to “break the rules” when appropriate, some …

By Carol Maldonado
Carol Maldonado Career Coach Carol Maldonado
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4 Rules to Network Successfully!

Informational Interview-B spot

4 Rules to Network Successfully|Vault Blogs|Vault.com

by Kristina Rudic | July 25, 2016

Networking can be unnerving, to say the least. Meeting new people – particularly ones you want to impress – can leave many of us sweaty palmed, blubbering, and …

By Carol Maldonado
Carol Maldonado Career Coach Carol Maldonado
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Personal Brand – Be True To Yourself

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By Xiaoyue Li (Lia) – Supply Chain Management and Information Systems, Kelley School of Business – June 2016

Personal branding is extremely important in the process of seeking a job. Companies want to find the best candidate who perfectly fits its …

By Carol Maldonado
Carol Maldonado Career Coach Carol Maldonado
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Experience Matters, Not Internships

Experience Matters – Spot B

Experience Matters, Not Internships

By Thao Nelson

You’re probably thinking . . . is she really serious?  Yes, I am tired of hearing from our millennials, centennials, and their parents they are going to fail because they haven’t secured a formal internship.  It’s …

By Trisha Doyle
Trisha Doyle Career Coach and Student Help Desk Manager Trisha Doyle
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Thank You Letters, Networking and More…

Follow-up

AFTER THE FAIR:

Send thank-you letters via email to each recruiter for companies in which you are still interested. Acknowledge the time they gave you while at the fair and repeat your interest in the company.
Do any follow-up activity

By Trisha Doyle
Trisha Doyle Career Coach and Student Help Desk Manager Trisha Doyle
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Undergraduate Career Services Hours

 
PREBYS CENTER
VIRTUAL DROP-INS
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10am-3pm
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10am-3pm
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10am-3pm
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10am-3pm
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9am–12 & 1–4pm
10am-3pm

QUICK QUESTION? “Come see us” VIRTUALLY during drop-in hours. NEED MORE TIME? Please request an appointment.

Contact & Location

Phone
STUDENT: 812-855-2482
EMPLOYER: 812-855-5317
Address

UNDERGRADUATE CAREER SERVICES
Prebys Career Center, Room 0200
1309 E Tenth Street
Bloomington, IN 47405