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MBA - Management Information Systems

Business information technology students use information technology to solve business problems. This requires more than technical skills. Our program also emphasizes work place skills like business concepts, critical thinking, communications, working with people, project management, and thinking strategically about technology. Management Information Systems students combine a solid business foundation with technology courses such as database management, application development, and business data communications.
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Degree Details

Degree: Master of Business Administration
Major: Business Administration
Concentration: Management Information Systems

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College of Graduate Studies
Derryberry Hall 306
(931) 372-3233
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