Turn your passion for technology into a career.

To be competitive in today's tech-savvy world, organizations must devote more resources to technological growth and maintenance. This includes hiring individuals who possess a combination of organizational and technological skills to keep them on the cutting-edge.

 

 

 

Management Information Systems (MIS) is the study of how innovative technologies are used to achieve business goals.

The MIS degree at UNIBusiness will accelerate your understanding of information technology, organizational communications and project management by exposing you to real-world database, website and other technological situations.

MIS professionals are the “bridge” between business needs and technology. This means an MIS professional will have to understand how to dig deep into how technology works, solve problems, report and communicate on findings.

 

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