80% of UNI MIS graduates receive at least one job offer prior to graduation and have an average salary of just over $60,000.

The increased demand for high-level information technology experts has made management information systems studies a natural fit if you want to put your passion for technology to use professionally. The Management Information Systems degree will accelerate your understanding of information technology, organizational communications and project management by exposing you to accredited curriculum and real-world situations.


Careers in Management Information Systems include:

  • Business Analyst

  • Interface Designer

  • Revenue Management Analyst

  • Systems Analyst

  • Software Developer

  • Software Engineer

  • Technical Consultant

  • Technical Support Specialist

  • UX Designer

  • Web Developer

MIS degree salary potential

The need for computer and information systems management positions is expected to grow faster than all other occupations within the next several years. Depending on your career path, an entry-level position in Management Information Systems can earn you $50,000 to $80,000 per year. Information Systems Managers earn a median pay of $139,220.*

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