Flexible MBA - Management Information Systems
Department of Information Technology and Operations Management, College of Business
Students can enroll as full time or part time students in any given semester for conventional or online courses. Individuals with an undergraduate degree in business are required to take 43 credits, and those with non-business academic backgrounds take 55 credits. Students can customize their flexible MBA curriculum with market-driven concentrations that include accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, health administration, management information systems, international business, operations management, marketing, or sport management.
Students may be required to take foundation courses. Those cannot be taken for credit. They are in addition to the 43 credits required for the MBA and may be waived if equivalent undergraduate courses have been taken.
Elective Component - Tracks/Certificates
All tracks/certificates within the M.B.A. program will consist of the basic core as listed above (31 credits) and track electives (12 credits). The student may elect to take all electives in a single area or take an interdisciplinary approach and take electives in more than one area. In order to receive certification in a track, all course work must be completed with no grade less than a “B-,” and an average of 3.0 for the 12 to 15 credits of the track. For more information, contact the Office of Graduate Student Programs. Students who do not elect a track will be granted a General M.B.A.
Electives for Management Information Systems Concentration
To obtain a MIS track certificate student needs to take all twelve elective credits from the list of five courses below.
- ISM 6508 Web-Based Business Development
- ISM 6316 Information Technology Project and Change Management
- ISM 6328 Management of Information Assurance and Security
- ISM 6368 Enterprise Information Technology Service Management
- ISM 6509 Information Technology Sourcing Management