The link between technology, people and business.
Behind nearly every organization, you will find a network of electronic data.
As a management information systems (MIS) major you will learn how to design and manage secure, reliable computer systems that help businesses operate efficiently. You will also study software and hardware systems, telecommunications, data resources, IS administration and more.
MIS professionals know technology, but also understand business. Our college learning environment encourages students to focus on their major while participating in many hands-on learning opportunities that allow them to learn business by doing business.
What it takes:
- Skilled problem solver
- Excellent communication skills
- Strong technical skills
- Embraces challenge
- Good time management
- Flexible work schedule
- Team oriented
With this business degree, you may become a:
- Network engineer
- Information systems manager
- Web administrator
- Systems developer
- Software developer
- Information technology consultant
- Network administrator
- Web developer
- Database administrator
- Support and maintenance technician
- Business analyst
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