Minor in Management Information Systems
Minor Requirements (15-16 Credits)
2.5 minimum GPA
|Course Number||Course Name||Credits|
|MIS 3330||Database Management (pre-req: MIS 2100)||3|
Choose one course from the following programming classes:
|CS1400/1405||Intro to Computer Science||4|
|MIS 3500||Intro to Business Applications||3|
MIS Electives - Select 3 courses (9 Credits)
- A=Web Developer
- B=DBA (Database Administrator)
- C=Project Manager
- D=IT Consultant/Business Analyst
- E= E-learning Manager
Web Developer creates applications hosted on web sites.Requires strong programming skills and understanding of databaseprinciples. Security is important to protect integrity of web sites,and user interface design skills help a developer create attractive,functional web sites.
Database Administrator (DBA) monitors, maintains, andoptimizes critical organizational data to ensure efficient andaccurate storage and retrieval. Understanding security andadvanced data communication topics are important in theconfidentiality and protection of data integrity.
Project Manager coordinates IT projects, working with end usersand technical staff to ensure deliverables meet business needs andare delivered on-time and within budget. E-commerce mgt. andsecurity topics are helpful to understand web-based architecturesand enforce project standards and quality-assurance procedures.
IT Consultant/Business Analyst examines and aligns businessprocesses with information technologies, implementing moreefficient and effective practices. Security and data communicationinfrastructure issues as well as the ability to analyze large amountsof data are helpful. Strong communication skills prove valuable,as the consultant/analyst serves as a liaison between end users andtechnical professionals.
E-learning Manager creates training modules for web-basedtraining development projects. Understanding instructional designand training and development principles is required. Stronganalytical and communication skills are important, as well as userinterface planning skills to create well-designed applications.
MIS Elective Topics
|Course Number||Course Name||A||B||C||D||E|
|ACCT 4500||Accounting Info. Systems|
|MIS 3300||Big Data Analytics (pre-req: MIS 2100)||X||X||X|
|MIS 3450||GUI Design||X||X|
|MIS 4330||Advanced Database (pre-req: MIS 3330)||X||X|
|MIS 4350||Intro Pref. Improvement Projects||X||X||X|
|MIS 4800||Security Bus Information Systems||X||X||X|
|MIS 5050||APS.NET (pre-req: CS 1400/1405 or MIS 3500 and MIS 3330)||X|
|MIS 5150a||Emerging Technologies in MIS||X||X|
|MIS 5150x||Emerging Technologies in MIS||X|
|MIS 5300||Adv. Data Comm. (pre-req: MIS 3800)||X||X|
|MIS 5350||Data Modeling/Applications||X|
|MIS 5700||Internet Mgt and E-comm.||X|
|MIS 5900/5910||Systems Design (CI) (pre-req: CS 1400/1405 or MIS 3500 and MIS 3330)||X||X||X||X||X|