The management information systems minor is open to nonbusiness undergraduate students with any major and offers contemporary information-focused courses from a global business perspective. The goal of these courses is to show students how to use and manage data and information technology (IT) to help both individuals and organizations perform more efficiently and effectively. The minor includes both fundamental courses and those geared toward more specific information management challenges. These courses will include real-world examples, grounded in relevant theories and principles, and will be reinforced using appropriate information tools and systems to gain the necessary skills and knowledge for tomorrow’s work environment. The MMIS minor requires every student to build a strong understanding of how data is gathered, stored, managed, and used across the organization. Beyond this, students have the opportunity to explore new, cutting-edge areas such as information visualization, data mining, and blockchains. Other topics such as information privacy and security, mobile information systems, and artificial intelligence can also be examined in greater depth.
The management information systems minor is open to nonbusiness undergraduate students. Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated. Also complete any corequisite labs, recitations, clinicals, or tools courses where specified. Only 4 credits may be double counted toward another minor.
|MISM 3403||Data Management for Business||4|
|Complete three of the following (at least 8 credits must come from MISM courses):||12|
|Information Economics and Game Theory|
|Blockchain Applications in Finance|
|Digital Storytelling and Social Media|
|Introduction to Information Systems and Digital Technologies|
|Information Visualization for Business|
|Data Mining for Business|
|Strategic Information Products|
|Special Topics in Management Information Systems|
|Technology and Human Values|
|Global Supply Chain Strategy|
2.000 GPA required in the minor