Management Information Systems Bachelor's Degree

The Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems (MIS) at Michigan Tech gives students hands-on experiences and professional education that prepares them for a growing job market.

MIS professionals oversee network security, direct internet operations, and develop and manage IT projects. Graduates are in demand nationwide. In fact, there are not enough students to meet industry need.

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.

Michigan Tech is the place to develop a business career fueled by technology and innovation. Our AACSB accredited BS in Management Information Systems prepares students to create the future. MIS is also a popular second major for our students.

  • $65K+
    average starting salary
  • 3-4
    job offers before graduating
  • Top 3
    Michigan Tech business students place highly at CMU's New Venture Competition

Tomorrow Needs Business Technologists

MIS graduates excel as business analysts, contributing skills in the development and conversion of information systems. 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.

Be Career Ready

Earn a business degree from Michigan Tech and graduate career-ready for tomorrow's technology-driven world.

Each year, more than 400 employers come to campus to recruit Huskies at our Career Fairs. Our business grads go on to work at Fortune 500 companies, tech start-ups, small businesses, and everything in between.

Career Opportunities for Management Information Systems

  • Business management
  • Business systems administration
  • Client services
  • Network administration
  • Project management
  • Software development
  • Technical training and support
  • And more

Ready to take the next step?

Learn more about studying management information systems (MIS) at Michigan's flagship technological university.

"The MIS program has some really great faculty. I've taken quite a few classes with Jeff Wall, who has become my favorite professor here at Tech. He just has a really relaxed, approachable vibe about him."Ian Cox, undergraduate MIS student

Why Accreditation Matters

As an accredited business college, Michigan Tech assesses student learning to ensure quality for business education and to continuously improve curriculum and programs.

Student Learning Goals

Students in the College of Business can expect to achieve the following learning goals—which also align with University Undergraduate Student Learning Goals:

  1. Technical Competence—Ability to critically analyze and achieve proficiency of information technology
  2. Global Awareness—Skill in emerging trends and ability to see global perspective
  3. Professional Know-how—Mastery of ethics and effective communication through coursework and professional business experiences
  4. Disciplinary Knowledge—Discipline-specific expertise and cross-discipline strategy

AACSB Accredited

STEM + Business, Only at Michigan Tech

Technology is shaping our lives faster than ever before. Michigan Tech's College of Business provides real-world graduate education experiences steeped in STEM to prepare the future business leaders of tomorrow.

Student Stories

Tomorrow Needs You

Supercharge your entrepreneurial spirit and meet the demands of a technology-driven society at a flagship public research university powered by science, technology, engineering, and math. Graduate with the theoretical knowledge and practical experience needed to succeed in tomorrow's high-tech business world.

Undergraduate Majors

Not sure which major is the right fit?
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Or, start with our General Business option and give yourself time to decide.

"Michigan Tech prepared me for the challenges I face daily in my career, by giving me the tools I need to problem solve and think outside the box."Stacie Brady, MIS graduate