Management Information Systems Major
The management information systems (MIS) major gives you the tools needed to plan, develop, use and manage the digital assets of an organization.
You will learn to use information technology to solve business problems and develop the technological infrastructure of an organization.
Courses are provided in the following areas:
Why study at Northwestern?
The University of Northwestern Department of Business provides students with the tools and character necessary to thrive within a business climate and/or prepare for graduate programs, while devoting one’s life to serving the Lord in any profession.
Moral and ethical considerations are integrated within all courses, which are taught from a biblical perspective by Christian business professionals.
MIS Lab Learning environment
Northwestern students rank top in the nation!
Last year, Northwestern students in the Department of Business earned top scores on the ETS Major Field Exam in Business. Of 585 institutions accross the country, Northwestern scored consistently high, reflecting our high-caliber professors and students. Check out these statistics!
Northwestern offers a rigorous degree program that will prepare you for a job. Hear from students and professors about our successful program.
100% Employment Rate!
In 2012 every one of our MIS grads was employed before graduation!
Every Northwestern MIS grad in the past 4 years has found employment in their career path within 3 months of graduation.
MIS alumni have job flexibility, moving to higher levels of responsibility within 4 years of graduation.
What classes will I take?
What can I do with this major?
MIS student opportunities