Management Information Systems
The Management Information Systems concentration provides students with focused study of several important subjects in the current business information technology environment. It has the primary objective of strengthening current and future managers' abilities to manage information technology.
Students in the MIS concentration are required to take three of the four MBA level MIS courses offered in addition to the Common Courses.
The MIS Concentration courses are available through distance-based delivery as well as on-campus, in-class delivery.
MIS Courses (Each course is 3 semester hours and 3 courses must be selected)
DS 6530 Decision Support Systems
An introduction to expert systems, decision support systems, and executive information systems as they are employed in business organizations.
DS 6540 Business Telecommunications Systems
Introduces students to the concepts of telecommunications, wide and local area networks, and other state-of-the-art communications technologies.
DS 6550 Data Resources Management
Introduces students to the concepts, terminology, tools, and techniques comprising the general area of data resources management.
DS 6560. Information Systems Development.
Prerequisite: DS 6540, 6550. Introduces students to state-of-the-art concepts, tools, and techniques necessary for successful analysis, design, and development of business systems.