Management Information Systems

Management Information Systems

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The Management Information Systems (MIS) major focuses on the application of technology including identifying information needs and change management associated with implementation of technology. This emphasis is quite different from Computer Science, which examines the efficiencies of the technology itself.

Required courses

  • MIS 322 [M] Enterprise Business Process Analysis 
  • MIS 325 Enterprise Business Development
  • MIS 372 [M] Database Management Systems

Four electives (two must be MIS courses)

  • MIS 420 Business Intelligence
  • MIS 448 Global IS Project Management
  • 300 or 400 Level Business Elective
  • 300 or 400 Level Business Elective

Admissible 300-400 Level MIS course. Admissible 300-400 level courses may not include courses from the Business Administration core, the set of required MIS courses, or any 498 or 499 courses.

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, students will have the knowledge to be able to:

Core Business Knowledge and Skills: Apply qualitative and quantitative business skills to solve business problems.

Global Perspective: Compare and contrast different economic systems and appreciate cultural differences and their impact on business practices.

Social/Environmental/Ethical Awareness: Evaluate a business ethical dilemma and propose a socially/environmentally acceptable solution considering the implications of multiple stakeholders.

Effective Communication: Organize and express themselves coherently, ably, and professionally.