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MIS

BS (MIS concentration)

The Management Information Systems (MIS) program prepares students to fill the role of a MIS professional and/or manager in organizations. It gives students the computer knowledge and technical skills needed by managers who will be responsible for applying computers and other information technology in business and not-for-profit organizations. This is a growing area given the increasing need for employees who understand the complexities of information technology and contribute to effective management of IT Systems.

Degree requirements:

  • General Education Requirement – 53 credit hours
  • Basic Business and Economics Requirements – 43 credit hours
  • Electives – 6 credit hours
    • BUS X481: Undergraduate Internship in Business and Economics OR
    • BUS X482: Undergraduate Field Project in Business and Economics OR
    • Any other 300, 400 level Business or Computer Science Courses
  • MIS concentration: Major Requirement – 21 credit hours 
  • Minor Requirements – 12 credit hours

MIS Major (21 credit hours)

  • CSCI A201: Introduction to Programming (4 cr)
  • BUS K301: Enterprise Resource Planning (3 cr) - Pre-Req: K201
  • BUS K302: Management Science (3 cr) - Pre-Req: K201
  • BUS S307: Data Management (3 cr) - Pre-Req: K201
  • BUS S310: System Analysis & Design ( 3 cr) - Pre-Req: S307
  • BUS S435: Advanced Topics (3 cr) - Pre-Req: S307
  • BUS S410: System Implementation (3 cr) - Pre-Req: S310

MIS Minor (12 credit hours)

  • BUS K301: Enterprise Resource Planning (3 cr) - Pre-Req: K201
  • BUS K302: Management Science (3 cr) - Pre-Req: K201
  • BUS S307: Data Management (3 cr) - Pre-Req: K201
  • BUS S435: Advanced Topics  ( 3 cr) - Pre-Req: S307