Jerry Curnutt, Minor Adviser
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This minor in information systems is designed for students to learn how to solve business problems using computer-based information technologies. This minor will enhance the career options of students in any major and increase their capacity to analyze, design, and manage information systems to support business processes related to their area of study.
MGIS-330 Systems Analysis and Design
Electives—Choose four of the following:
MGIS-320 Database Management Systems
MGIS-340 Emerging Business Technologies
MGIS-350 Developing Business Applications
MGIS-360 Building a Web Business
MGIS-415 Object-oriented Business Programming
MGIS-425 Database Systems Development
MGIS-435 Advanced Systems Analysis and Design
MGIS-445 Web Systems Development
MGIS-450 Enterprise Systems
MGIS-489 Seminar in MIS
MGIS-550 MIS Capstone
MGIS-599 MIS Independent Study
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The management information systems minor is designed for students who wish to learn about computer-based information systems and how they are used in today’s businesses. The minor enhances the career options of students in any major and increases their capacity to analyze, design, and manage business processes related to their major.
0112-370 Systems Analysis and Design
Electives—Choose four MIS courses (0112-300 or above)