In a technology bound society, companies rely on management information systems (MIS) to provide data to make business decisions. Management information systems are designed to support the complete computing system in a company. This includes software systems, databases, hardware resources, project applications…any computerized process used to help a company function efficiently
Managers use management information systems to gather and process large amounts of data to analyze where the company has been and forecast where the company is going. Management information systems are vital for production/operations management and supply chain management decisions. Management information systems professionals may specialize in systems analysis, database design, application or maintenance programming, networking, project management, telecommunications, electronic commerce and web development.
|Business Core (MIS 395 is not required)||24|
|Management Information Systems Major||24|
|TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED||124|