The MMIS program at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business is an innovative, project-based program designed to address business problems through the use of technology. It carries a STEM designation in database management and analytics, consistently attracting many talented students from around the world.
Corporate jobs are generating rapidly as technology spreads across every organizational sector, and as a result, there is a shortage of employees with technical skills in the workplace. Our 33-credit-hour program is designed to enhance your undergraduate education by increasing your analytical proficiencies and business technology skills and strategically preparing you for management and leadership positions. Answer the corporate wake-up call and…
*With the outlook for our graduates listed as “growing much faster than average occupations” and “Five-Star” by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Workforce Services, MIS-related professions are projected to have the strongest employment outlook with high wages through 2016.
“The programs here recognize that being in IT is much more about leadership…IT has grown into a strategic role in many businesses.”
-Steve Welker, Director of IT, Questar Corporation
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