What is
Management
Information Systems?


Turn Your Passion for Information Technology into a Career

To be competitive in today's tech-savvy world, organizations are forced to 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 increased demand for high-level information technology experts has made management information systems studies a natural fit for those wanting to put their passion for technology to use professionally. The Management Information Systems degree at UNIBusiness accelerate your understanding of information technology, organizational communications, and project management by exposing you to accredited curriculum and real-world situations.


small-books  What will I learn?


Our four-year MIS program will teach you the skills to design, develop, and implement information systems, preparing you for an exciting career in:

Business Analysis | Systems Analysis | Database Analysis | Web Development | Software Development | Project Management | Network Support | Customer Support

small-person  What kind of job will I get?


The career paths in information systems are as varied as the industries and organizations who hire MIS graduates. Some careers include:

  • Data Network Security Administrator
  • Systems Analyst
  • Network Administrator
  • Web Developer
  • Software Engineer
  • Technical Consultant
  • Revenue Management Analyst
  • Interface Designer
  • Software Developer
  • UX Designer

money-sign  How much money will I make?


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.*

*Source: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/computer-and-information-systems-managers.htm

There are a variety of local and international companies who hire UNIBusiness Management Information Systems graduates.
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What is
Management
Information Systems?

Turn Your Passion for Information Technology into a Career

To be competitive in today's tech-savvy world, organizations are forced to 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 increased demand for high-level information technology experts has made management information systems studies a natural fit for those wanting to put their passion for technology to use professionally. The Management Information Systems degree at UNIBusiness accelerate your understanding of information technology, organizational communications, and project management by exposing you to accredited curriculum and real-world situations.

small-books  What will I learn?


Our four-year MIS program will teach you the skills to design, develop, and implement information systems, preparing you for an exciting career in:

Business Analysis | Systems Analysis | Database Analysis | Web Development | Software Development | Project Management | Network Support | Customer Support

small-person  What kind of job will I get?


The career paths in information systems are as varied as the industries and organizations who hire MIS graduates. Some careers include:

  • Data Network Security Administrator
  • Systems Analyst
  • Network Administrator
  • Web Developer
  • Software Engineer
  • Technical Consultant
  • Revenue Management Analyst
  • Interface Designer
  • Software Developer
  • UX Designer

money-sign  How much money will I make?


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.*

*Source: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/computer-and-information-systems-managers.htm

There are a variety of local and international companies who hire UNIBusiness Management Information Systems graduates.

UNI-RSM-Opportunities UNI-PWC-Opportunities UNI-CUNA-Mutual-Opportunities

UNI-John-Deere-Opportunities UNI-Principal-Opportunities

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"I knew a lot of students had a preconceived notion that we'd be sitting at desks and wouldn't really need to have very developed people skills.... I've found that the soft skills are equally, if not more important, than the technical skills."

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Principal Financial Group
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Bailey Anderson, MIS Grad, 2014


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Turn Your Passion for Information Technology into a Career

To be competitive in today's tech-savvy world, organizations are forced to 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 increased demand for high-level information technology experts has
made management information systems studies a natural fit for those
wanting to put their passion for technology to use professionally. The Management Information Systems degree at UNIBusiness will
accelerate your understanding of information technology, organizational
communications, and project management by exposing you to accredited curriculum and real-world situations.

small-books  What will I learn?


Our four-year MIS program will teach you the skills to design, develop, and implement information systems, preparing you for an exciting career in:

Business Analysis | Systems Analysis | Database Analysis | Web Development | Software Development | Project Management | Network Support | Customer Support

small-person  What kind of job will I get?


The career paths in information systems are as varied as the industries and organizations who hire MIS graduates. Some careers include:

  • Data Network Security Administrator
  • Systems Analyst
  • Network Administrator
  • Web Developer
  • Software Engineer
  • Technical Consultant
  • Revenue Management Analyst
  • Interface Designer
  • Software Developer
  • UX Designer
  • money-sign  How much money will I make?


    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.*

    *Source: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/computer-and-information-systems-managers.htm

    There are a variety of local and international companies who hire UNIBusiness Management Information Systems graduates.

    UNI-RSM-Opportunities UNI-PWC-Opportunities UNI-John-Deere-Opportunities UNI-CUNA-Mutual-Opportunities UNI-Prinicipal-Opportunities

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