Earn your degree in Management Information Systems as it prepares you for leadership in managing the use of information systems technology. In addition to business fundamentals, a wide range of management issues related to information technology are studied. Included topics are personal computers, networking technology, mainframe and distributed systems, and the Internet.
Note: Some of the undergraduate pre-requisites and core courses can be waived if prior coursework has been successfully completed. A minimum of 30 graduate hours is required.
Undergraduate Prerequisites College Algebra 2 Semesters of Computer Language
CORE COURSES AC 501 Financial Accounting EC 501 Economic Concepts EC 540 Statistical Analysis EC 541 Quantitative Analysis BL 505 Business Legislation MG 622 Organizational Behavior and Development BU 601 Business, Government & Society MG 629 Current Issues in Management MK 610 Marketing Management MK 615 Marketing Strategy FI 630 Financial Management I FI 635 Financial Management II
CONCENTRATION COURSES EC 612 Managerial Economics OR EC 611 Aggregate Income Analysis AC 650 Managerial Accounting IM 661 Mgmt. Information Systems IM 662 MIS Project Development & Mgmt. IM 665 Managing I/T Communications BU 699 Organizational Policy & Strategy