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Management Information Systems Minor

The management information systems minor is designed for students who wish to learn about computer-based information systems and how they are used in today's businesses. The minor enhances the career options of students in any major and increases their capacity to analyze, design, and manage business processes related to their program of study.

Curriculum

Course
Required Course
MGIS-330
Systems Analysis and Design
Successful organizations utilize a systematic approach to solve real-world business problems through the use of computing resources. Students who complete this course will be able to design and model business processes. They will learn how to conduct requirements analysis, approach the design or redesign of business processes, model system functions, effectively communicate systems designs to various levels of management, work in a project-based environment, and approach the implementation of a new organizational information system.
Electives
Choose four of the following:
   ACCT-445
   Accounting Information Systems
   MGIS-320
   Database Management Systems
   MGIS-350
   Developing Business Applications
   MGIS-360
   Building a Web Business
   MGIS-415
   Object-oriented Business Programming
   MGIS-425
   Database Systems Development
   MGIS-435
   Advanced Systems Analysis and Design
   MGIS-445
   Web Systems Development
   MGIS-450
   Enterprise Systems
   MGIS-489
   Seminar in MIS
   MGIS-550
   MIS Capstone