The Master of Management Information Systems (MMIS) is a professional degree that integrates the information systems and business cultures. During their program of studies, students focus on the strategic role that information systems play in a business organization. With emphasis on current research activities in the field of information systems, the MMIS program offers current topical studies to better prepare students for employment in the field.
The MMIS program supports both traditional and emerging career opportunities in information systems. Management of information is core to virtually all sizes and types of organizations and industries, thus an MMIS degree expands job opportunities for program graduates.
A continuous curriculum review process maintains topical alignment with professional organizations and industry needs. The MMIS curriculum accommodates rapid change in the field of information systems through this continuous alignment process.
Most courses are offered in eight-week time frames, one night a week. Students earn three hours of credit for each course completed.
Master of Management Information Systems
Dr. Mark Sanborn, Program Director
Management Information Systems
In addition to the requirements stated under the Graduate Admissions Policy, the requirements for admission to MMIS are as follows:
- Letter of recommendation from employer or professional reference.
- Completion of program interview process and written approval of admission by the program director after review of the admission requirements.