Jul 22, 2019  
2007-2008 EIU Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2007-2008 EIU Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


Management Information Systems

Management Information Systems



(BS in Business)

Major


The Management Information Systems (MIS) major prepares students to design, develop, and manage information systems within organizations.  MIS majors develop a foundation of business knowledge and skills that is complemented by more in-depth study of information technology.  All MIS majors complete a core of courses that provide a foundation in programming constructs, information systems theory, systems analysis, database, and telecommunications and also select electives for more specialized study.

The BSB in Management Information Systems comprises:

  1. 43 semester hours in general education;
  2. 38 semester hours in the business core;
  3. 25 semester hours in major courses and
  4. 14 semester hours in electives.

Plus one of the following concentrations:


General MIS Concentration.


Students who select the General MIS Concentration must complete 5 courses from the MIS Major Electives (below). At least 3 of the courses must be selected from Group A and at least 4 of the courses must have the MIS prefix.

Business Programming Concentration.


Students who select the Business Programming Concentration must complete the following courses plus one elective from either Group A or Group B of MIS Major Electives:

Network Technologies Concentration.


Students who select the Network Technologies Concentration must complete the following courses plus one elective from either Group A or Group B of MIS Major Electives:

Footnotes:


Calculation of the major GPA is based on courses taken at EIU with the prefix BUS and MIS.