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Management Information Systems

The world is a complex web these days. People, tools, and sources of information are connected in ways we never imagined. MIS is a hands-on program that will enable you to apply the power of technology to solving real-world problems.

What You'll Study

You'll build a solid foundation in information systems through database and systems development courses. You will explore the interesting applications of information technologies in Web, business analytics, project management, and other areas. You'll also examine issues critical to managing information systems, such as security.

 

What's Next?

A minor in Management Information Systems will develop your knowledge of technology, business (or other applications), and the interplay between the two.

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Minor Requirements

Required Courses
9 Credit Hours
MIS
303
Management Information Systems
MIS
311
Database Systems Management
MIS
312
Systems Analysis and Design
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Elective Courses (Choose Two)
6 Credit Hours
MIS
240
Selected Topics
MIS
321
Business Analytics
MIS
322
Project Management
MIS
323
Web Application Development for Business
MIS
340
Special Topics
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