Bachelor of Science in Management and Ethics – Management Information Systems Emphasis
Pursue a Job in MIS with a Degree in Management Information Systems
You don’t have to choose between learning how to manage people and studying management information systems. With MACU’s bachelor’s degree in Management and Ethics with an emphasis in Management Information Systems, students have the opportunity to build a foundation in the strategic management of employees in addition to learning specialized knowledge in information systems. Students will learn to ethically lead others through the lens of the four functions of management: planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Also, students will learn to recognize and apply developing technologies and practices that are influencing information systems in the modern world of business.
In the program, students will gain a general skillset in management through courses that cover topics such as finance, organizational communication, managing change and human resource administration. With an emphasis in management information systems, individuals will gain applicable knowledge in information systems through courses that cover topics such as IT management, data analytics, networking and project planning. Graduates of the program will be prepared to enter management information positions in a variety of fields with confidence in their abilities to manage both people and technology.
Why MACU’s Management Degree with an MIS Concentration is Right for You
In the Management and Ethics with a concentration in MIS program, students not only become competent in technical skills and management strategies, but they also become proficient in ethics. Every class is taught from a Bible-based ethical worldview, so students learn to perform every task with the character of Christ as a guide. In addition, courses incorporate leadership concepts from GiANT, allowing students to better understand their own communication styles so they can effectively communicate with others. Whether studying on-campus or online, students will be able to practice their communication skills and learn from the experiences of others through discussion with peers and instructors. Individuals will exit the program as critical thinkers and mindful communicators with expertise in management information systems.
What You Can Do with a Management Information Systems Degree
- Information Systems Manager
- IT Consultant
- Web Developer
- Systems Analyst