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Bachelor's Degree in Management Information Systems

B.S. in management information systems

In today's technology-driven business environment, information systems management has become an important part of organizational strategy and performance.

K-State's management information systems, or MIS, curriculum fosters the technological and managerial skills that future information systems, or IT, professionals will need to help their organizations succeed. 

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The K-State difference

At K-State, management information systems students gain important experience working on real-world problems for actual companies in coordinated class projects, making corporate site visits and networking with IT managers.

In addition, MIS students gain important leadership experiences and access to potential employers through an active student organization, the MIS Club.

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Did you know?

More than 90 percent of students find relevant jobs or choose to continue their education within three months of graduation.

What courses will I take?

The management information systems curriculum is designed to provide both breadth and depth. Specialized program coursework focuses on areas including:

  • Introductory programming
  • Spreadsheet modeling
  • System integration
  • Database management
  • Data analytics
  • Systems analysis and design
  • Network administration
  • Enterprise systems
  • Cybersecurity
  • Decision support systems
  • Project management in an IT environment

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How can I continue my education?

Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Data Analytics (M.S.)
Data Analytics (Certificate) Manhattan campus and online

What can I do with an information systems degree?

MIS professionals are experts in information technology applications and data administration, as well as in understanding how IT systems fit within wider business processes. Examples of positions commonly held by those with an MIS degree include:

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