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Student in class pursuing a Management Information Systems Minor at Curry College

Modern organizations are continuously striving to improve their operational efficiency, many of which are dependent on technological improvements. Furthermore new business models using technology are being proposed routinely. Successful enterprises require managers to understand the different phases of the systems development life cycle and the processes involved. Pursue a Managment Information Systems minor to gain the knowledge you need to succeed in an ever growing digital world.

Course Requirements and Information

BUS 1000 Intro to Business 3
BUS 2100 Small Business Concepts 3

Choose 5 of the following electives (15 credits):

MIS 2010 Systems Analysis and Design 3
MIS 2020 Business Intelligence, Web and Social Media Analytics 3
MIS 2030 Electronic Commerce 3
MIS 3040 Data Mining and Management 3
MIS 3050 Enterprise Systems Project Management 3
ACNT 2060 Forensic Accounting 3
Total Credits: 18

Note: ONE of the above electives may be substituted with either ACNT 1010 Financial Accounting, AC 2768 HTML and Design or IT 2100 Programming Logic.
Note: The approval of S. Cooray must be obtained.

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