Undergraduate Options

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science with Health Care Informatics Concentration

Undergraduate Minor

  • Management Information Systems Minor

Departmental Goals and Objectives

The goal of the Management Information Systems department is to prepare students for challenging positions in everything from the application of information technology to solving business problems. Specific objectives of our MIS degree programs are to:

  1. Provide students with the analytical and practical frameworks and methodologies necessary to analyze, design, implement, and manage complex information systems in contemporary organizational structures;
  2. Provide knowledge of the principles necessary for understanding basic computer hardware and software systems to ensure the data quality, transmission, processing and storage necessary to facilitate organizational decision making and general operations;
  3. Enable students to develop competencies in applying systems analysis and design strategies and techniques in realistic marketplace environments; and
  4. Provide a balance between technical and organizational knowledge for a variety of professional organizations.

In addition, upon completion of a bachelor’s degree through the College of Business and Management, students will meet the following goals and objectives:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of key concepts in the major business disciplines, including accounting, economics, management, marketing, finance information systems and the legal and social environment of business.
  • Systematically analyze a business problem using appropriate methods. Students will be able to: effectively examine alternatives, analyze alternatives and recommend an appropriate course of action.
  • Demonstrate effective oral communication skills and the use of presentation technologies.
  • Demonstrate effective written communication skills.
  • Understand the use of information technologies in organizations.
  • Understand, interpret and analyze quantitative problems and quantitatively presented information.

Contact Us

Phone: (217) 206-6067
Email: MIS@uis.edu
Office: UHB 4093