Management Information Systems
Management Information Systems (MIS) is the study of people, technology, and organizations. In this course, students learn computerized information process systems which can be applied for managing business operations. Students with an MIS major study how companies and individuals can use systems and generate data in the decision-making process.
All employees in an organization uses information systems starting from the one who pays the expenses of the business to the one who hires and fires. For example, a University like ours uses a computer database to keep track of all students including their performance. And a music store could use a database to sell CDs over the Internet.
So being an MIS professional builds on the following traits: problem solvers, strategic thinker with technology, develops ideas and implements them, bridges technology and business, are excellent communicators and finally can manage time and resources effectively.
MIS Major Courses for Bachelor of Business Administration Any Five):
- Decision Support System (DSS)
- Knowledge Management
- Management of Telecommunication
- Strategic Information Systems
- Research Methodology
MIS Major Courses for Master of Business Administration Any Five):
- Database Management
- Programming with C+
- System Analysis and Design
- Data Communication and Networking