An MIS degree is available for graduate and undergraduate students, using computers, information systems, and technology to solve business problems. The Master of Science in Management Information Systems  (MSMIS) and undergraduate MIS concentration. International students may benefit from the MS in MIS degree STEM designation.

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Become a driving force behind innovation and productivity improvements. New technology applications in the workplace are creating demand for more workers, fueling the need for you as a manager to be prepared for the next wave of the information revolution. Our degree in management information systems continues to be at the forefront of progress and change.

Management Information Systems - The intersection of Business and Technology in Organizations


What can I do with a Management Information Systems (MIS) major?  


Careers that offer excitement, opportunity, and high earning potential.

The Master of Science in Management Information Systems  (MSMIS) is an applications-focused program that provides you the knowledge and skills to be successful. MIS is the intersection of business and technology in organizations.

The graduate program does not require students to have a bachelor’s degree in MIS. Students who have earned baccalaureate degrees in other academic areas are required to complete appropriate preparatory courses.

Undergraduate students may choose a Management Information Systems concentration in the BA in Business Administration program, while the minor in MIS is an option for students in any undergraduate degree program. 

What Career Opportunities are available for Management Information Systems Students? 

Students Have Access to Systems Used in Top Organizations 

The College of Business and MIS program is a member of the SAP University Alliance program; Microsoft Dreamspark program; and the IBM Academic Initiative.

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