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The Information Systems faculty has a rich blend of teaching, research, and industry expertise, providing students with the conceptual and practical knowledge necessary to pursue a successful career in information systems development and/or management.
The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Integrated Sciences and Math (ISM) is designed primarily as a second major for students in the CLAES School of Education interested in teaching science or math at the middle school level. The program is tailored to meet the New Jersey certification requirements for middle school science or math teachers and to facilitate the timely completion of the dual graduation requirements for education majors in the School of Education and the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The Interdisciplinary Minor in Special Education is designed for Rider University undergraduate students who are enrolled as elementary education majors with a second major in psychology. In addition to the courses required for the elementary education major, students enrolled in the minor program are required to take a specific sequence of courses within the psychology major.The following courses, designed to teach concepts and applications in special education, are also required:
The Interdisciplinary Minor in Special Education is designed for Rider University undergraduate students who are enrolled as secondary education majors. In addition to the courses required for the secondary education major, students enrolled in the minor program are required to take a specific sequence of courses within the second major.The following courses, designed to teach concepts and applications in special education, are also required:
The International Business Co-major is designed to enable students in the College of Business Adminstration to expand the breadth and depth of their knowledge by combining international business with another business major.Concurrent business majors include:
Requirements for the Italian Minor (18 semester hours)ITA-200, 201Italian III, IV*6 One course in literature3 Three additional Italian courses9* If original student placement is above these levels, 300 or 400 level courses may be taken instead.