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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Management Information Systems

College-of-Business-Administration

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with concentration in Management Information Systems prepares students in both theoretical and applied aspects of managing information systems within an organization as generalists or specialists. This program provides students with a thorough understanding of the science of translating business needs into concrete technical requirements for the information system.

1. Management Information Systems Program Learning Goals

The goals of the program are the following:

  1. Business Education: Students will be competent in Management Information Systems
  2. Communication skills: Students will be able to clearly articulate their propositions
  3. Entrepreneurship: Students will develop core capabilities in innovative and creative thinking for the creation of social and economic value
  4. Multicultural Perspective: Students will be aware of the impact of culture in business decision making
  5. Business Ethics: Students will be able to adhere to professional ethical standards
  6. Leadership and Teamwork: Students will exhibit knowledge and skills in leading others
  7. Critical Analysis: Students will be able to solve problems in a business situation
2. Management Information Systems Program Learning Objectives

Students will be able to:

  1. Apply Management Information Systems knowledge and skills in achieving competitive advantage through informed business decision-making
  2. Analyze information security needs from a business perspective
  3. Analyze and design information systems
  4. Clearly articulate their understanding through oral presentations
  5. Write and present persuasive statements for the execution of a business proposition
  6. Define and identify entrepreneurial opportunities, and propose business plans for new products
  7. Assess the cultural impact on a business strategy
  8. Discern and define the ethical responsibilities of a business
  9. Work effectively in teams
  10. Demonstrate knowledge of leadership concepts
  11. Accurately analyze a situation taking into consideration contextual factors
  12. Propose solutions considering implications

3. Career Opportunities

A Graduate may pursue a career in areas such as System Analysis, System Design, System Implementation, System Administration, and System Development. Graduates of such program can work as well in the areas of Sales and Marketing in many companies that sell the computer systems. Graduates will be qualified to work in wide array of industries.