Management Information Systems Concentration, Bachelor of Business Administration - MIS

Major Requirements (54 hours)

Required
BUAD 201Principles of Financial Accounting 13
BUAD 202Principles of Managerial Accounting 13
BUAD 221Principles of Management 13
BUAD 231Principles of Marketing 13
ECON 251Principles of Macroeconomics 13
ECON 252Principles of Microeconomics 13
BUAD 312Principles of Finance3
BUAD 341Statistical Applications3
BUAD 344Business Law I3
BUAD 346Personal Ethics and Corporate Culture3
BUAD 446Strategic Management3
Select one 300/400 level BUEC course3
Required Supporting Courses
MATH 114Introduction to Statistics3
CPSC 102
CPSC 103
Spreadsheets
and Introduction to Computing
3
or CPSC 207 Computer Programming
Concentration
Select at least 12 hours in of the following Concentration:12
Total Credits54

Management Information Systems Concentration

CPSC 102Spreadsheets1
CPSC 103 Introduction to Computing (or with approval an alternate 300 or 400 level CPSC course)2
CPSC 207Computer Programming3
CPSC 417Systems Analysis and Design4
or CPSC 429 Database Systems
Select two of the following:5-7
Topics in Business (approved topics)
Electronic Communications
Simulation: Theory and Application
Systems Analysis and Design (if not taken above)
Database Systems (if not taken above; or with approval an alternate 300 or 400 level CPSC course)

Advanced Writing Proficiency

To satisfy the Department of Business Administration and Economics Advanced Writing Proficiency requirement students must demonstrate writing proficiency in their chosen disciplines. This requires students to compile a portfolio of three items: a completed Linkedin profile, accepted comprehensive project paper, and a reflection essay regarding personal lessons gleaned from team work on the comprehensive project.

Senior Comprehensive

B.A. in Economics

The Comprehensive Project in Economics requires successful completion of a major research paper as part of ECON 495 Senior Economics Seminar.

B.B.A.

The Comprehensive Project utilizes a case study format working with faculty mentors. It provides teams of students with an integrative group learning experience and tests technical competencies, problem solving and strategic analysis skills, an awareness of ethical issues, communication and interpersonal skills, and quantitative skills. The case also requires the team to consider international and intercultural ramifications. The project culminates with written and oral presentations to department faculty and peers.