Management Information Systems (MIS) Concentration Information
Management Information Systems (MIS) professionals contribute to and interact with internal customers at every level in an organization's structure. MIS professionals translate business needs into technology-based solutions, and translate new technology advances into business capabilities. As an MIS professional, you will become a valued partner helping your organization achieve its most important goals.
MIS encompasses analysis, design, implementation, and management of information systems. Information systems support decision making and business processes in all functional areas of an organization. Successful information system professionals need excellent communication skills, excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, technical expertise,, business knowledge, and the ability to work well with technical and non-technical people.
Anderson's MIS faculty wants you to know about the dynamic world of management information systems professionals. MIS combines business savvy with technology, and is one of the most richly rewarding paths for BBA or MBA students. Large or small, local or international, product or service, entertainment or business, every organization depends on good information and information systems.
MIS majors work with new and proven technologies to solve business problems, achieve business goals, and change the world!
MIS Curriculum Information and Checklists
For more information about updated courses and programs:
- Undergraduate (BBA) Curriculum, Information and Checklists
- Graduate (MBA) Curriculum, Information and Checklists