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Master of Business Administration - Management Information Systems

Northcentral University

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Description

The online Master of Business Administration - Management Information Systems degree program from Northcentral University is an ideal MBA for any individual who is looking to develop an in-depth understanding of the complex relationship of business and information systems.

As a student in this online MBA - information systems degree program, individuals will work to develop their knowledge of the classic and contemporary theories behind both business and information systems as well as work with a number of experts to develop the practical skills that are needed for succeeding as a manager within any business or organization. Students will also be expose to the various best practices in the business world that are used to enhance comprehension of the challenges and opportunities facing modern business leaders and the various stakeholders they serve.

This online Management Information Systems MBA offers students a number of online courses that will guide them in their study of various topics, such as:

  • Management Information Systems
  • Information Systems Development
  • Database Management Systems
  • Information Support Systems
  • Telecommunications Management
  • Local Area Networks (LAN)
  • Total Quality Management in MIS
  • Wide Area Networks (WAN)
  • Computer Management Consulting

The focus on management information systems (MIS) is the perfect option for those managers who recognize that success in today's complex and competitive business environment is based on an understanding of management and how managers used commuter information systems to inhale the management functions and business outcomes.

The MIS specialization combines and applies the best from both disciplines: computer systems and management. Knowledge of computer programming is not a requirement.

Bachelor's degree, or equivalent, from an accredited or approved institution. The equivalent to a Bachelor's degree is 120 semester credits of college level coursework, including a minimum of English composition I and II and a college-level math course.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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