There is an interesting article in Careers section of the December 28, 2009, Wall Street Journal, entitled "Landing a Job of the Future Takes a Two-Track Mind ." One salient sentence in the story reads "Common areas of undergraduate study for these fields include some of the usual suspects, such as computer science, information science and management-information systems." .... I think it's very telling that the words "information science" are now thought to be among the "usual suspects"!
You can read the whole WSJ piece here: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703278604574624392641425278.html?mod=rss_Today's_Most_Popular