Bachelor's in Management Information Systems

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Why Study Management Information Systems? 

Hands-on learning opportunities and a diversely experienced faculty lead our highly respected program. Learn to manage networks and databases, analyze computer needs, upgrade and maintain equipment, and provide innovative business technology solutions in computer support or on an I.T. team. 

What You'll Learn 

Our leading-edge curriculum combines the study of programming, databases, networking, and end-user supporting with foundational business skills such as finance, accounting, marketing, statistics and business communication. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of software development, data networking, web programming, data systems, software architecture and project management. 

Program Details

A Bachelor’s degree prepares you for a rising career and for future graduate study by emphasizing clear communication, critical thinking, and a leading-edge understanding of your chosen field. View the core requirements and electives needed to earn a Bachelor's in Management Information Systems from Columbia College.

A Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science require slightly different coursework. A Bachelor of Arts allows you to take more classes in the humanities, specifically foreign language. A Bachelor of Science requires more courses specific to your major.

  • Agile Software development with C# and MVC 
  • Databases 
  • Web application 
  • Business communications 
  • Operating systems and networking 
  • Project management 
  • General business 
  • Statistics

Pair your degree with a related minor or explore your other interests without taking on a full course load.

Careers & Outcomes 

Columbia College graduates are prepared to enter the workforce and grow their careers in information systems management. Work for a computer support company or be part of an I.T. team at a variety of businesses. 

Some possible paths include: 

  • Software developer 
  • Database administration 
  • Network administration 
  • End-user support 
  • Systems administrator 
  • Business analytics 
  • Project manager 
  • Systems analytics

Flexible Education

Columbia College Global offers traditional classroom instruction for many courses at nationwide locations. Students at nationwide locations are expected to engage with multiple learning methods, including online and virtual while completing their degree. Columbia College offers on-campus programs with traditional classroom instruction at the Residential Campus in Columbia, Missouri.


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