Management Information Systems

Management - Information Systems (MIS) is the application of information technology to organizational and managerial needs. The MIS Program provides training in both business and information systems to prepare students to use their knowledge of systems and technology to solve business problems.

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Bachelor of Science

48 credits

Core Management Courses 4 courses - 12 credits
Courses Title Credits
MGMT 0022 Financial Accounting 3
MGMT 0023 Managerial Accounting 3
MGMT 1818 Management Science 3
INFSCI 0010 Introduction to Information Systems and Society 3
Area Courses 2 courses - 6 credits
Courses Title Credits
MGMT 1819 Introduction to Marketing 3
MGMT 1820 Operations Management 3
MGMT 1821 Introduction to Finance 3
MGMT 1832 Human Resources Management 3
Information Systems Courses 6 courses - 18 credits  
Courses Title Credit
CS 0421 Intro to Programming OR 3
CS 0004 Intro to Computer Programming with Visual Basic OR 3
CS 0401 Intermediate Programming using Java 3
INFSCI 0017 Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Programming 3
INFSCI 1022 Database Management Systems 3
INFSCI 1024 Systems Analysis and Design 3
INFSCI 1044 Human Factors and Systems Design 3
INFSCI 1070 Telecommunications 3
Electives 3 courses - 9 credits
Take an additional three courses in Management, Accounting, Information Science or another course from the approved elective list. See an Advisor for details.
Additional Requirements 1 course - 3 credits
After earning 90 credits, all Management - Information Systems majors must take INFSCI 1038 - Management of Information Systems to fulfill the capstone course requirement.
INFSCI 1038 Management of Information System OR 3
INFSCI 1080 Independent Study OR 3
INFSCI 1085 Internship 3
Liberal Arts Courses
Management majors must take the following courses used to satisfy the General Education requirements. *Some of the courses listed below may have prerequisites.
Courses Title Credits
MATH 0120 Business Calculus* 3
ECON 0100 Introduction to Microeconomic Theory 3
ECON 0110 Introduction to Macroeconomic Theory 3
PHIL 1380 Business Ethics 3
PSY 0680 Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology* 3
STAT 1100 Statistics and Probability for Business Management* 3
ENGCMP 0031 Business Writing* 3