Management Information Systems
- Strategically use, control, and implement information systems
- Manage storage, transmission & analysis of information
- Prepare for a managerial position
MS-MIS program provides you with maximum flexibility in the design of your information systems degree. Beyond the MS core requirements, you have the opportunity to select any four courses within the MIS concentration area and three additional electives. These electives, which must be approved by the Chairperson or your advisor, may be advanced work within the MIS concentration or they may be courses that complement it.
More About This Degree
- Learn more about this program or visit the School of Business and Global Innovation website.
- College of Professional Studies
- Courses: Available courses in this department
- 36 Credit Hours Required
- This program is accredited by the
Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs
School of Business and Global Innovation Programs granting the B.B.A. Degrees at the Undergraduate Level and the M.B.A. and M.S. in Management Information System Degrees at the Graduate Level are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.
Uldarico Rex Dumdum Jr., M.E., M.S., M.B.A., Ph.D.
Information Systems and Organizational Leadership
I’m a Vaccine Specialist for Sanofi Pasteur in the Washington D.C. metro area.
In my role, I promote the importance and effectiveness of immunizations; educate on recommendations and burden of disease; and drive revenue growth by analyzing market trends, developing and maintaining business, and selling pediatric, adolescent, and adult vaccines in the healthcare community. With the collaboration of my company and team, I focus daily on our vision: A world in which no one suffers or dies from a vaccine-preventable disease.
Marywood University’s MBA program helped with my current position by providing a strong foundation to hone my business management knowledge, leadership, and analytical skills. The small class settings allowed for a personal approach in learning and discussing important current business trends and issues. This has led to my success in my career and in personal growth.
Specific Program Requirements
Consist of eight one-credit modules: Accounting Concepts, Business Economics, Computer Technologies for Management, Financial Tools, Managerial Concepts, Marketing and Sales Concepts, The Legal Environment of Business, and Review of Business Statistics. If you do not have the necessary undergraduate credits, you may be able to fulfill the requirements through equivalency exams (DANTE/CLEP) or through the modules offered by the Business faculty. (A concentration in Management Information Systems for either degree also has prerequisites of two programming languages: COBOL, RPG, C/C++, Visual Basic, or Java.)
Graduate Admissions Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university
- “B” average during undergraduate study or demonstrated potential for graduate work
- Completed application
- Official, sealed transcripts
- Two or three letters of recommendation
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The Master of Science degree program in Management Information Systems provides maximum flexibility in the education of the professional information systems person. In this program, the student has the opportunity to select three courses, in addition to the required courses. These courses may be advanced work in the Management Information Systems concentration, or they may be courses that complement the Management Information Systems concentration. The electives must be approved by the Executive Director or the graduate student’s advisor.
The MS-MIS degree prerequisites include satisfaction of the CPC through the one-credit modules offered to graduate students, through undergraduate courses, or through successful completion of the DSST and/or CLEP exams. Prerequisites will also include two programming languages. For further information, contact the Executive Director.
|BUS 531||Advanced Topics in Management Information Systems||
|BUS 541||Organizational Behavior and Development||
|BUS 548||Operational Analysis and Management||
|BUS 590||Research Methodology||
|Policy Formulation and Strategy Management
(taken after completion of at least 24 graduate credits)
B. AREA OF CONCENTRATION
(Select four courses)
|BUS 510||Management Role of the Information Professional||3|
|BUS 513||Web-based Marketing||3|
|BUS 514||Web-based Systems Development||3|
|BUS 534||Business Intelligence||3|
|BUS 535||Data Mining and Warehousing||
|BUS 546||Managing the Organization in the Marketspace||
|BUS 562||Systems Analysis and Design: Industrial Problem-Solving||
|BUS 563||Database Management Systems||
|BUS 564||Accounting Information Systems||
|BUS 566||Telecommunications for Business Systems||
|BUS 569||Management of Innovation and Technology||
|BUS 592||Web Application Design and Development||3|
|BUS 593||Business Information Security and Continuity||3|
|BUS 594||ERP Systems||3|
Selection of any three graduate Business courses, including E-Business courses, for which the candidate is qualified to enroll and has approval of the Executive Director or advisor.