The Undergraduate program in MIS provides a strong foundation and knowledge to apply information technologies to empower organizations. It is perfect for students who can work with information technology and interact with people to deliver successful outcomes in an organization. The program will help students understand fundamentals of information technology, learn to apply it to solve business problems, and add value in ways that could not have been done without the use of data and information.
Students will develop skills in programming, database design and use, systems analysis & design, spreadsheet modeling and analysis, enterprise systems, project management, and cybersecurity. Course work will include hands-on experiences in working with technology. Students will also gain a good understanding of management principles and learn to work in a project team, understand business objectives, decide and develop technology solutions. Coursework includes a field project where students work with a real-world organization. At the culmination of the program, student will have acquired a good foundation and working knowledge of technologies, along with the ability to apply these skills to add value to organizations.
All students must satisfy the requirements for the business undergraduate program as prescribed by the college.
For more course information, please refer MIS Division Course Catalog (PDF)
MIS Major Requirements – Students have to complete 18 credit hours of course work from the following courses, each comprising three credit hours:
|MIS 3013||Introduction to Programming|
|MIS 3033||Non-Procedural Programming|
|MIS 3373||Systems Analysis/DesignTheory|
|MIS 4663||MIS Field Project|
Pick one course from a list maintained by the division. The current list consists of:
|MIS 3383||Electronic Business|
|MIS 4363||Business Infrastructure & CyberSecurity|
|MIS 4433||Project Management|
Additional courses available:
|MIS 3213||Business Data Analysis|
|MIS 3223||Financial Modeling|
|MIS 4443||Advanced Database Management|
|MIS 4702||Mobile Application Development|
|MIS 4710||Topics in MIS|
|MIS 4960||Directed Reading in MIS|
For further information contact Ms. Ashlen Grob (firstname.lastname@example.org) in undergraduate advising