Management Information Systems

Management information systems (MIS) studies the use of computers in business. As such, students study both business and technology and learn how to solve business problems using information technology. After learning about each key area of business, MIS students learn the tools they will apply to solve problems. Tools include computer hardware, operating systems, networking, programming, and database management systems. Application of the tools includes distributed information systems, system analysis, system design, and decision support systems. Management includes technology management and system implementation.

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101
Student Success Seminar
CIS121
Help Desk and Computer Support
 
Specialist
CPD121
Data Modeling and Database Design
ITD105
Computer Applications - Excel
ITD106
Computer Applications - Access
WDD121
Internet/Intranet Design and
 
Development
CIS126
Fundamentals of Information Systems
CIS223
IT Project Management
CPD122
Oracle Database: Introduction to SQL
ENG124
College Composition
MTH108
Explorations in Modern Mathematics
COM121
Effective Speaking or
 
COM122 Interpersonal Communication or
 
COM123 Small Group Communication
 
Social Science Elective
CIS125
Data Analysis and Decision Making
CIS221
Generating Reports for Decision Making
CSE122
Programming Logic and Problem Solving
CPD222
Microsoft SQL Server Database
CPD225
Data Mining and Data Warehousing
CIS222
Data Acquisition and Analysis
CPD224
Advanced Microsoft SQL Server Database
CSE236
Analyzing Software Requirements and
 
Developing Solutions
 
Arts & Humanities Elective
 
TOTAL CREDITS 60