Management Information Systems Minor

The minor in management information systems allows students to combine skills learned in their majors with the rapid changes in computers and information impacting the 21st century. Students select a set of courses that best fit their interests and career objectives. Students take ITM 220 Management Information Systems plus four other elective courses. Courses selected may focus on managing information in the student’s major field of study through courses in enterprise system, business intelligence, systems analysis and databases; or they may focus on the more technical aspects of information systems such as programming and IT infrastructure. This minor is an excellent complement to many majors offered across the University and can be used to prepare for supplemental industry certifications available through SAP and Microsoft.

Degree Requirements

Requirements for a minor in management information systems:

ITM 220Management Information Systems

4

Total Credit Hours:4

Four of the following:

ITM 251Application Development

4

ITM 280IT Infrastructure

4

ITM 318Systems Analysis and Design

4

ITM 319Business Process Integration Using Enterprise Systems

4

ITM 350IS Security and Risk Management

4

ITM 360Advanced Application Development

4

ITM 361Operations Management

4

ITM 408Data and Information Management

4

ITM 410Advanced IT Infrastructure

4

ITM 419Enterprise Architecture and Governance

4

ITM 466Business Intelligence and Analytics

4

ITM 495Special Topics in Information and Technology Management

4

Total Credit Hours:16

Total Credit Hours: 20