- Degree Programs
- Management Information Systems (MIS)
An undergraduate degree in Management Information Systems (MIS) focuses on solving business problems and creating new opportunities with information technology. MIS is often shortened to Information Systems (IS) or Information Technology (IT). You will learn how to initiate, design, and apply technology to transform business processes and functions - as well as how to create innovative digital products and services. MIS degrees are usually classified as STEM, which opens the door to STEM-specific scholarships.
Common MIS classes
Here are a few of the common MIS classes you might take in your major. Remember, you also will take general business classes that are useful for MIS majors, too.
Data Analytics or Database Management
Analyze and present insights from business data
Develop business applications using programming
Understand enterprise IT architecture, digital platforms, and ecosystems
Analysis and Design
Analyze and model business requirements and produce requirement specifications
IS Project Management
Learn processes, methods, and tools to manage information systems projects
Digital Design and Innovation
Create and analyze digital products and services