Master of Management Information Systems (MMIS)

General

Programme Description

The Master of Management Information Systems (MMIS) degree is designed to prepare graduates for positions and responsibilities in designing, implementing, and managing corporate information resources. The academic program consists of 36-60 hours of work. The first year of study consists primarily of foundation courses designed for students whose undergraduate academic experience has been largely in non-business areas. If the individual's previous academic work satisfies a portion of the first year's course of study, then foundation courses can be waived accordingly. The curriculum for the MMIS degree is based on recommendations from the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) and AACSB International-The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

Business Core Required

  • Organizational Theory and Behavior

Information Systems Core

  • E-Commerce Development
  • Data Communications and Networking
  • Database Management
  • Systems Analysis, Tools, and Prototyping
  • Research project
  • Programme Development
  • Integrating is across the Enterprise
Last updated Jan 2018

About the School

Georgia College & State University, through its J.Whitney Bunting School of Business, is nationally accredited by and is a member of AACSB - International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Sc ... Read More

Georgia College & State University, through its J.Whitney Bunting School of Business, is nationally accredited by and is a member of AACSB - International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The School of Business is composed of four departments: the Department of Accounting, the Department of Economics & Finance, the Department of Information Technology & Marketing, and the Department of Management. The mission of the J. Whitney Bunting School of Business is to foster the development of capable business professionals who are responsible citizens grounded in the knowledge and values of a liberal arts education. Read Less
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