Management Information Systems Admissions
Overview of Admissions Requirements
- To declare your major in Management Information Systems (MIS) students must:
- Be admitted to FAU as a Freshmen or Transfer student
- Earned 60 credit hours
- Satisfied the foreign language admission requirement (FLENT), and
- Achieved a minimum 2.5 GPA in the Pre-Business Foundation Courses below
- ACG 2021
- ACG 2071
- ECO 2013
- ECO 2023
- STA 2023
- MAC 2233
- ISM 2000
How Do I Apply?
- Step 1: Apply to FAU as a Freshmen Student or Transfer Student by clicking here: Apply Now
- Note: All students who apply for degrees in the College of Business are initially classified as Pre-Business (PBUS) until they have satisfied all College of Business Requirements for Admission to a Business Major
- Step 2: Once accepted to FAU, complete the College of Business Requirements for Admission to a Business Major
- Step 3: Declare your Business major in Management Information Systems (MIS)
Declaring Your Business Major as MIS
In order to be eligible to declare your business major as MIS, you must complete the follow steps:
- Step 1: Complete the College of Business Requirements for Admission to a Major
- Step 2: Schedule a meeting with a College of Business Academic Advisor in order to complete the process of declaring your major in MIS
- Step 3: Once you have satisfied these requirements and met with your advisor, you may submit a change of major form to the College of Business to have your pre-business major changed to MIS.
Tuition/Cost of the Program
- The Management Information Systems program follows the normal tuition rates per credit hour
- A breakdown of the tuition fees per credit hour can be found on the FAU Controller’s site or in the FAU Catalog.
Scholarship Opportunities for MIS majors
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