How is Management Information Systems at Michigan Tech Different?
Management Information Systems graduates are in demand nationwide. In fact, there are not enough students to meet industry need. Because of the opportunities, Management Information Systems (MIS) is a popular second major.
The MIS major at Michigan Tech gives students hands-on experiences and professional education that prepares them for a growing job market. Courses in programming, usability, network administration, entrepreneurship, graphic and information design, technical and professional communication, finance, and marketing, help prepare MIS grads as team players, project managers, and problem solvers.
Many alumni excel as business analysts, contributing skills in the development and conversion of information systems.
What You Need to Know
MIS specialists provide a vital and unique role in the modern businesses world: technological support within companies and organizations, working directly with people to solve problems and create solutions. MIS professionals oversee network security, direct internet operations, and develop and manage IT projects.
Undergraduate in Management Information Systems
The College of Business is Small Enough to Care and Large Enough to Lead:
- Open to all majors, the Applied Portfolio Management Program—one of the top 50 student funds in the nation—offers experience on the trading room floor by investing more than $2 million of real money.
- The Silicon Valley Experience is a one-of-a-kind spring break trip that transports Huskies to the heart of the tech business world to tour companies and meet with successful innovators, including Michigan Tech alumni.
- Business students gain entrepreneurial experience on campus through peer collaboration with our Business Development Experience, creating and presenting a business plan for a Senior Design or Enterprise project.
Create the Future with a Career as a:
- Billing and coding supervisor
- Business systems analyst
- Client server support specialist
- Management analyst
- Network administrator
- Specialist data network analyst
- Systems programmer
- Software engineer
- Software developer
Huskies Get Hired By:
- CCI Systems
- Ford Motor Company
- General Motors
- Kimberly Clark
- Quicken Loans
- Sentry Insurance
Tomorrow Needs Business Leaders Who Leverage Technology
"Our students stand out because we put them in teams during their first-year. Collaborating with STEM majors gives our students a technical awareness and confidence that creates unique opportunities."
Student Learning Goals:
As an accredited business college, Michigan Tech assesses student learning to continuously improve curriculum and programs. Students in the College of Business can expect to achieve the following learning goals—which also align with University Undergraduate Student Learning Goals:
- Technical Competence—Ability to critically analyze and to achieve proficiency of information technology
- Global Awareness—Skill in emerging trends and ability to see global perspective
- Professional Know-How—Mastery of ethics and effective communication through coursework and professional business experiences
- Disciplinary Knowledge—Discipline-specific expertise as well as cross-discipline approach