Management Information Systems
- Award: Bachelor of Science
- Credits: 120
- Delivery: Face-to-face where some online courses may be available or required.
- WIA Certified
About this Program
in-depth knowledge of Information Technology concepts and applications, and
prepares them to create innovative solutions for real-world problems. Students
gain the ability to integrate hardware, software, and management skills to solve
problems in a variety of IT areas.
The program�s mission is to ensure that each graduate is exceptionally well qualifi ed
to undertake a successful information systems career in industry, business, education,
or government. In support of this mission, the program is designed so that:
� Each student will gain a sound foundation in computing basics, analysis and
design, programming, testing, software development, security, database,
and human-computer interaction.
� Each student will learn the theory and practice of information technology
and develop skills to apply this knowledge to analyze and solve information
� Each student will develop analytical, critical thinking, and interpersonal
skills applicable to real-world problem solving.
� Each student will acquire basic business concepts to assist them in career
paths where they are interfacing with and developing solutions for business
� Each student will develop effective oral and written communication skills.
� Each student will appreciate the social and ethical issues in information
- Minnesota State University, Mankato 56002