The Management Information Systems Department provides students with a solid understanding of the use, design, development and management of information systems and information technology. The Management Information Systems curriculum is designed to give students the opportunity to develop and manage a variety of projects that are derived from, and can be applied to, real business settings.
The curriculum is structured to provide students with a strong foundation in quantitative, modeling, and analytical skills; systems orientation; computer programming skills; and information technology (IT) currency. The department offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Information Systems, as well as minors in Information Systems, Information Security and Forensics, and certificates in Security+, Network +, and A+.
The Management Information Systems Department provides students with effective and state-of-the-art instruction in information systems and decision sciences, which enhances students’ knowledge, skills, and abilities that are essential for the workplace.
The department also offers Information Systems expertise to all constituents by interacting with the professional community through forums, seminars, and workshops. The Department of Management Information Systems expands support services and facilities that enhance the scholarly performance of the faculty.
The department offers a Bachelor of Science degree in management information systems, as well as minors in information systems, information security and forensics, and certificates in Security+, Network +, and A+.
Students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities offered in the Management Information Systems, including the Virginia State University chapter of the Black Data Processing Association. More on extracurricular activities and clubs.