Management Information Systems Major
What will I study?
The MIS program at Northwestern College enables students to obtain an in-depth understanding of how information technology functions in the business world. Training is provided in three broad areas: low-level technical skills in programming and application development, high-level design and analysis skills, and business and management skills.
The management information systems program involves applying computer technology, quantitative techniques, and administrative skills to the information processing requirements of organizations. The management information systems major combines computer technology with management decision-making methods to analyze, design, implement, and manage computerized information systems in an organizational environment.
What makes Northwestern College a great place to study MIS?
Management Information Systems Major – Bachelor of Science
The management information systems major is designed to give the student the tools needed to develop, use, and manage computer-based systems. Training is provided in three broad areas: low-level technical skills in programming and application development; high-level design and analysis skills; and business and management skills. Students completing this program are prepared to function effectively in a variety of positions such as business application programmers, systems analysts, database administrators and information systems managers. The degree is granted upon completion of 134 credits (40 credits must be in 3000- or 4000-level courses).
Note: WCE = Written Communication Emphasis; OCE = Oral Communication Emphasis. See the catalog for explanation and prerequisites.