Object-oriented (OO) application development continues to steadily move into the mainstream of systems development. Many information technologists forecast OO development will become the dominant application development strategy within a few years. Currently, object-oriented development tools and methodologies seem to be maturing enough to support this forecast. Key to supporting this shift toward OO development are a sufficient number of OO-based information systems professionals. Industry ultimately must seek their OO talent pool from information systems (IS) and computer science (CS) degree programs. This study looks at the change, over a four-year period (1992-1996), of OO technologies taught in IS programs. Specifically, changes in demographics of IS programs teaching OO, extent of OO courses taught, OO programming languages,and OO methodologies are presented