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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.

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Course Requirements and Information

Minimum Grade Policy for School of Business and Computer Science Majors/Minors:
This policy will apply to all majors and minors offered within the School of Business and Computer Science.

Students who are majoring or minoring in any program offered within the School of Business and Computer Science will be required to retake any pre-/ co-requisite, elective, or required course offered by the School of Business and Computer Science if they earn below a grade of a C. Students are allowed to waive this policy for their first two grades of C-. The third C- and any subsequent grades of a C- will have to be retaken. Although students are not required to maintain a GPA of 2.5 to be a School of Business and Computer Science major, students who receive a cumulative GPA of less than 2.5 will be required to meet with the Academic Success Coordinator and commit to a specified plan for the following full semester to improve their grades.

Choose FIVE of the following electives (15 credits):

MIS 1010 Managing with Information Systems 3
MIS 2010 Systems Analysis and Design 3
MIS 2020 Business Intelligence, Web
and Social Media Analytics
3
MIS 2030 E-Commerce 3
MIS 2050 Data Mining, Artificial Intelligence,
and Machine Learning
3
MIS 3050 Enterprise Systems Project Management 3
ACNT 2060 Forensic Accounting 3
Total Credits: 15

Note: ONE of the above electives may be substituted with IT 2789: Programming and Problem Solving or BUS 2100: Small Business Concepts. 

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