Management Information Systems Degree

You enjoy working with others in groups and teams. You like finding solutions to problems. You have great interpersonal communication skills and strong interests in business and technology. Now you can move forward to the next level – an exciting career in one of the nation’s top growing areas. Start earning your Management Information Systems Degree from MxCC today.

The Management Information Systems, MIS, program combines Business Management and Information Systems curricula. This merging of business and technical coursework gives students the necessary technical and communications skills as they are applied within the business environment, which offers a stronger background and degree of preparation for the workforce. This curriculum combines general education, business and computer courses that are normally taken as a part of a bachelor’s degree program at a four-year school. Courses in this program will transfer to four-year schools in the Management Information Systems and/or computer-related degree programs.

After completing this degree, graduates may then choose to continue their education through a bachelor’s degree program in Management Information Systems at Central Connecticut State University or other state universities through articulation agreements and guaranteed admission programs in place with MxCC.

Associate in Science Degree

The Management Information Systems program combines Business and Information Systems curricula which includes general education, business, and computer courses that are normally taken at a baccalaureate institution. Business and computer science majors may see this degree as a conduit that transitions them into the highly desirable field of technology management. The program will reinforce the communication, business, and technology skills necessary to succeed in the business environment. Courses in this program will transfer to other four-year colleges in the Management Information Systems and/or computer degree programs. Students intending to transfer should meet with the Coordinator of the Management Information Systems program for advising.

This page updated 8/31/18