Management Information Systems Concentration
The Management Information Systems Concentration is specifically designed to provide graduate students with in-depth, hands-on understanding of the fundamentals of information systems. The purpose is to develop graduate-level business students who are not only skilled in basic business fundamentals, but also have a strong grounding in current information systems technology. Students learn how to apply MIS technology to help create business organizations capable of effectively competing in a global environment. This concentration is also offered online.
M.B.A. students must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours.
To satisfy minimum degree requirements, all single concentrations require a minimum of 36 credit hours, and dual concentrations require 48 credit hours. Students are responsible for not repeating courses waived, transferred, or previously taken.
- ACCT 6321
- Managerial Accounting *
- FINA 6301
- Corporate Finance *
- MANA 6302
- Quantitative Analysis for Managers *
- MANA 6310
- Leadership in Management *
- MANA 6320
- Business Ethics *
- MISM 6314
- Management Information Systems *
- MRKT 6301
- Creative Problem Solving Marketing Decisions (S-L) *
- MANA 6341
- Strategic Management Decisions (Capstone) (S-L) *
* Courses Offered Online
(S-L) = Course(s) with field-based service-learning component