Information Systems Minor
School of Information and Library Science
107 Manning Hall, CB# 3360
The undergraduate minor in information systems provides students with an understanding of computing, networking, multimedia, electronic information resources, and the Internet and can be used to solve problems in a variety of contexts. The minor complements the student’s major field of study by offering knowledge, skills, and experience using these information technologies.
In addition to the program requirements listed below, students must:
- take at least nine hours of their minor "core" requirements at UNC–Chapel Hill
- earn a minimum of 12 hours of C or better in the minor (some minors require more)
For more information, please consult the degree requirements section of the catalog.
The undergraduate minor in information systems requires 15 credits of approved courses, in which students receive grades of C or better.
|INLS 201||Foundations of Information Science||3|
|INLS 161||Tools for Information Literacy||3|
|INLS 382||Information Systems Analysis and Design||3|
|INLS 523||Introduction to Database Concepts and Applications||3|
|One three-credit elective course chosen from: 1||3|
|Retrieving and Analyzing Information|
|Retrieval and Organizing Systems|
|Human Information Behavior|
|Human Computer Interaction|
|Information and Computer Ethics|
|Information Use for Organizational Effectiveness|
|Information Science Internship|
|Independent Study in Information Systems|
|Information Science Capstone|
An INLS course numbered above 400
a course from outside SILS of use or interest to the student that is relevant to the minor
Information systems minors may not use any course required for their major as an elective for the minor.
Information and library science (INLS) course descriptions.
See the program page here for special opportunities.