Management Information Systems
A minor in Management Information Systems will provide students an opportunity to enhance their knowledge and credentials in the use and development of computer software and/or hardware. The minor will provide students with an opportunity to be employed in the IS field, give them the skills that will make them the ideal liaison between IS professionals and experts in other functional areas of an organization, and the technological base to become valuable “power users” of essential software applications, such as spreadsheets, databases and e-commerce tools. The minor will allow the student to develop focused expertise in one of the distinct fields that comprise the breadth of the information systems professional. The minor is open to all majors across campus.
Required Courses - 9 hrs.
- MIS 173 Information Systems and Business Applications - 3 hrs.
- MIS 272 Management Applications of Personal Computers - 3 hrs.
- MIS 276 Developing Information Systems for E-Commerce - 3 hrs.
Elective Courses (choose two) - 6 hrs.
- MIS 373 Business Data Communications - 3 hrs.
- MIS 374 Database Management and Administration - 3 hrs.
- MIS 375 Business Systems Analysis and Design - 3 hrs.
- MIS 378 HCI and Usability Testing - 3 hrs.
- MIS 379 Information Systems Security - 3 hrs.