Management Information Systems

As an MIS student, you’ll learn to critically analyze business processes, identify inefficiencies, assess information requirements, and create powerful business solutions using technology. You’ll be a problem solver. 

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Make an Impact

This degree leads to many career options. In the world of MIS, you can enhance the volunteer database of a service organization, or provide consultation to a state agency. Our hands-on approach means you’ll be gaining the practical experience needed for success after graduation. You’ll receive comprehensive training in the application, use, and management of information systems preparing you to provide effective information services and support.  

The MIS program is different than computer science or computer engineering. This program emphasizes business first, teaching skills such as accounting, finance, management, and others, with the support of technical skills. MIS uses those technical skills to provide problem solving ability in making business decisions. 

Real World Experience

As an MIS student, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in a case competition course. In that course, you will earn credit toward your degree by applying classroom knowledge to real-world business challenges.

Jasani Whitehead, Grundy Center, Iowa

“I chose management information systems because we're moving toward a technological future. Everything is going to run by technology and they're going to pay people that know what to do with it and know how to maintain it.”