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B.S. in Management Information Systems

Professor Asghar SabbaghiManagement Information Systems

Asghar Sabbaghi, Ph.D. | Area Chair
Administration Building 208H | (574) 520-4387 |

B.S. in Business (Management Information Systems)

4-Year Degree Plan (Sample)

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About the Management Information Systems Degree Program

The Management Information Systems (MIS) degree program prepares students to fill the role of an MIS professional and/or manager in organizations in the north central Indiana and southwestern Michigan region. It gives students the computer knowledge and technical skills needed by managers who will be responsible for applying computers and other information technology (IT) in businesses and not-for-profit organizations. This is a growing area, given the increasing need for employees who understand the complexities of information technology and can contribute to effective management of IT systems.

Concentration Requirements

All courses are 3 credit hours, unless otherwise designated | Students must attain a grade of not less than C in each course

Junior and Senior Years­­
  • BUS-K 301 Enterprise Resource Planning
  • BUS-K 302 Introduction to Management Science
  • BUS-S 307 Data Management
  • BUS-S 310 Systems Analysis and Project Management
  • BUS-S 410 Systems Implementation
  • BUS-S 435 Advanced Topics in Computer Information Systems
  • CSCI-A 201 Introduction to Programming (4 cr.)

Select one of the following with a focus in MIS:

  • BUS-X 481 Undergraduate Internship in Business and Economics
  • BUS-X 482 Undergraduate Field Project in Business and Economics
  • Any 300- or 400-level business, economics, or computer science course

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