Management Information Systems
College of Business Administration
BSBA areas of specialization
Department of Accounting and Management Information Systems
332 Business Administration Building, 419-372-2767
The management information systems specialization deals with intelligent use of information technology in business organizations. The program provides in-depth study of business processes in companies; computers; programming; computer networks; Internet; electronic commerce; security in information systems; database management systems; information systems analysis, design, and development; and management of information system projects. The program emphasizes application of problem-solving, communication, and interpersonal skills combined with knowledge of business and computers to improve a business organization's productivity and profitability.
Numerous opportunities for employment in the area of information technology and systems analysis are available. Organizations need system professionals to identify, design, and develop systems, and expect these systems to improve the organization's competitive advantage and support the business operations.
BSBA general degree requirements
Students completing the management information systems specialization must complete University, general degree, admission core, and business core requirements for the BSBA degree, including admission to the BSBA program.
Management Information Systems specialization (24 hours) - Spring 2016 course requirements
- Grade of "C" or better must be earned in each course taken for the specialization.
- CS 2010, MIS 4210, MIS 4400, MIS 4500, and MIS 4710
- Three of the following MIS courses: MIS 4020, MIS 4050, MIS 4170, MIS 4220, MIS 4600, MIS 4720.