Management Information Systems
Students obtaining their MBA with a Management Information Systems specialization will take coursework on the basic perspectives of design, development, implementation, utilization, and administration of computer-based information systems.
This specialization is designed to equip students to manage technology to solve business problems, transform business processes, and assist in decision making. Classes in Management Information Systems and Systems Analysis and Design are offered to provide students with a broad understanding of business analytics and intelligence, data modeling, information system strategy, e-commerce and Structured Query Language. The degree builds upon prior knowledge in Information Systems by offering deeper technical knowledge in the field.
Who Will Benefit From This Program:
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 21% and 15% job growth for system analysts and information systems managers in the U.S. between now and 2024. This specialization is ideal for students who seek to bridge the gap between technology and business. Students will gain insight and possess the skills of high in demand careers such as, an application developer, business analyst, business intelligence specialist, director of technology, IT/system analyst, and more.
Courses & Structure:
- MBA 513 – MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
- MBA 535 – SYSTEMS ANALYTICS AND DESIGN
- MBA 545 – BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND DATA ANALYTICS