Management Information Systems, B.S.

This program, offered in both face-to-face and online-only formats, is designed for adults who want to advance within the information technology field. It is best suited for those with at least three years of work experience, preferably with information technology.

Program Details:

Concentration:

Public Policy

International Management

Leadership

Aging Studies

Required Courses

Communications

One college-level Communications course

Note: Other college-level communications courses may be accepted.

Humanities

One Humanities course

Fine Arts

One Fine Arts course

Quantitative Reasoning

One Mathematics course

Physical and Life Sciences

One Science course

Social Sciences

One Social Science course

Behavioral Science

One Behavioral Science course

Additional General Education - 32 QH

Choose additional General Education courses to total 60 QH of general education

Management Information Systems Core - 50 QH

MGT403Introduction to BSM/BSMIS

MGT416Information Systems Concepts

MGT417Communication Networks

MGT413Procuring, Managing and Leading High-Tech Workers

MGT424Developing and Managing Web Sites

MGT433Developing and Managing Databases

MGT437Data Mining and Warehousing

MGT456Securing Corporate Information

MGT473Strategic Uses of IT

MGT469Enterprise Resource Planning

MGT462Systems Development Life Cycle

MGT471IT Project Management

MGT485Applied MIS Techniques

Electives - 70 QH

Choose elective courses to meet the minimum degree requirement of 180 QH