Today’s business and manufacturing world runs on computers. Someone has to manage all of that technology. Will it be you? If you think it might be, you will want to consider a major or minor in management information systems.
The management information systems major prepares students for the field of managing information technology (IT) projects in the framework of the business environment. This multidisciplinary approach provides you with the background and experience in IT to solve business IT challenges and manage IT business projects. Students learn to integrate new and rapidly changing information technologies into business plans.
What Our Faculty Say
“The Management Information Systems major equips students with the resources and skills needed to communicate effectively with programmers, project managers, and customers. Students are introduced to the programming and design process using enterprise development tools and databases. Numerous internship opportunities with local employers ensure our graduates obtain the vital experience they need to excel in this competitive market.”
– Dr. Jim Bohy, Past Associate Professor of Computer Science
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