Management Information Systems

The Management Information Systems major prepares students to enter the rapidly changing world of technology as it relates to business.  The curriculum provides the skills and knowledge necessary for information systems development and support positions in both business and non-business organizations.

The undergraduate curriculum that leads to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree is composed of several segments: (1) broad general education in the arts, humanities and sciences; (2) the common body of knowledge for management responsibilities; and (3) specialized areas of concentration in Accounting, Economics, Finance, General Business, International Business, Management, Marketing, and Management Information Systems. Through flexibility in its requirements, the College of Business Administration is able to satisfy the different interests and career objectives of students with diverse backgrounds. Please note that some careers below will require further education.

Related Career Titles:

Applications Developer
Database Manager
Computer Consultant
Information Technology Consultant
IT Auditor
Network Administrator
Programmer/Software Developer
Systems Analyst
Software Engineer
Technical Marketing Specialist
Web Page Developer

Related Management Information Systems Links:

Management Careers
Is Management for Me?
Management and Business and Financial Operations Occupations
Human Resources Basic Information - HR FAQ
American Management Association
Association for Operations Management
Society for Human Resource Management

Where else can I find information?

USF College of Business MIS Major
Occupational Outlook Handbook
O*Net Online