Management Information System (MIS)

Overview

The Management Information Systems Area focuses on the strategic uses of information technology for competitive advantage, support of business processes, information and control, digital business, integration of business with technology, organizational communication, and data management. Students develop an understanding that high-quality information adds value to existing products and services, enhances the creation of new products, changes the efficiency and effectiveness of business processes, and affects relationships with customers, suppliers, and competitors.

Job Titles

Advertising Copywriter International Trade Specialist
Commercial Attaché Interpreter
Consultant Librarian
Customs Officer Linguist
Diplomat Literacy Programs Coordinator
Editorial Assistant  Literary Critic
FBI Agent Management Trainee
Foreign Language Teacher Market Research Analyst
Foreign News Correspondent Missionary
Foreign Service Officer Peace Corps Worker
Hospital Administrator Police Officer
Human Resources Administrator Public Health Administrator
Immigration Officer Public Opinion Analyst
Immigration Officer Public Relations Coordinator
Import/Export Agent Radio/TV Announcer
International Banker Social Worker
International Student Advisor Technical Writer

Positions that may require additional education, training or licensing are indicated by an (*). Job qualifications are based not only on degree program, but on skills and experience. Students should seek out as many experiential opportunities in their fields of interests as possible, including co-op and internships.

 

 

Employers

This is a limited sample of employers who have posted jobs on HuskyCareerLink; please note, that they may not currently have positions posted.

 Deloitte LLP Protégé LLC
Dexter Systems Synovate
Edgewater Ranzal Technology Solutions Experts
IBM Xamarin

Industries

This is a sample of the industries that often hire this major.

Computer Manufacturing
Consulting Technology
Healthcare

Internships

These sample titles can be used to research internship opportunities.

  • Application Developer
  • Database Research
  • Information Management Intern
  • IS Intern
  • IT Intern
  • Programming Intern

Use  HuskyCareerLink, SimplyHired.com, Indeed.com, or other internship sites to search for openings. 

Co-ops

For more information, please visit Cooperative Education.

Students enrolled in the College of Professional Studies may click here for co-op and internship information.

Resources

The following resources include various websites and campus resources that will aid you in exploring this career field and industry.

Websites for Career Exploration

Career Development Videos

Websites for Job Search

Campus Organizations and Activities

*For additional student organizations click  here.
*For additional student involvement activities click 
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Professional Associations

Find valuable industry information, job sites, and professional networking opportunities.

Social Media

Sample industry specific LinkedIn groups. Stay on top of industry trends, company information, job listings and networking opportunities. Visit the Social Media and LinkedIn pages for more information on how to leverage your social media network.

LinkedIn Groups