Management Information Systems (MIS) Option

Today, information systems are very important to operational, tactical, and strategic objectives of many organizations. The Management Information Systems (MIS) Option offered at Central State prepares students for employment opportunities that require expertise in information systems technologies and business computer applications. Central State has earned a reputation for developing educated business professionals who are well trained and eager to succeed in today’s marketplace. Participation in internship programs provide hands-on experience and make MIS graduates heavily recruited by major corporations and consulting firms.

All university requirements (general education), all business requirements (business core courses), MIS Option requirements and 14 credit hours approved electives.

Business Requirements (55 credit hours)
ACC 2201            Financial Accounting
ACC 2240            Managerial Accounting
BUS 1100            Contemporary American Business
BUS 1500            Computer Applications for Business
BUS 2200            Legal Environment of Business
BUS 2203            Professional Development
BUS 2260            Business Communications
BUS 2343            Principles of Management
BUS 2353            Principles of Marketing
BUS 2900            Business Calculus
BUS 2901            Business Statistics I
BUS 2902            Business Statistics II
BUS 3331            Principles of Finance
BUS 3370            International Business
BUS 4785            Operations Management
BUS 4795            Strategic Management and Policy (Capstone Course)
ECO 2210            Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 2220            Principles of Macroeconomics

MIS Option Requirements (15 credit hours)
MIS 3351            Business Programming I 
MIS 3352            Business Programming II
MIS 4461            Information Systems Analysis
MIS 4462            Systems Design and Database Implementation
MIS Electives (Choose 3 credit hours)
MIS 4465            Data Base Development
MIS 4491            Seminar in MIS
MIS 4497            Independent Study in MIS