Management Information Systems
The management information systems major focuses on the technical and conceptual skills needed to help organizations solve problems using technological and digital solutions. Students learn a variety of skills, from programming, data management, systems analysis and design, and network administration, to the implementation of digital and systems solutions to organizational challenges. The role of the information systems professional requires knowledge of systems applications and data management tools, as well as a broad understanding of how such systems and technology can be applied to business processes.
The K-State MIS program is under the management department, and is designed to produce graduates who are business application developers, especially in team project settings. Organizations recognize the need for analysts and developers that understand both business and technology, particularly in functional areas such as marketing, accounting, finance, human resources, supply chain management, and general management. By combining business expertise with development skills for web-enabled applications, database systems, back-end data services, networking, and large-scale enterprise applications, K-State provides graduates of this program with a desirable combination of skills.
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