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Bachelor of Business Administration – Management Information Systems
In addition to the core curriculum for the Bachelor of Business Administration – Management Information Systems (MIS), students will complete courses in the areas of systems analysis and infrastructure, application programming, data management, information security and emerging technologies. The curriculum includes several business electives, allowing students to tailor the program to their specific interests. The program requires that each student complete an internship experience within the IT field as well as a capstone project that demonstrates the student’s ability to apply their knowledge to a real-world business problem. Additionally, most courses are designed to include the application of theory and practices through projects that address common business problems. This focus on “applied business” distinguishes MSOE’s students from those in other business programs.
You may want to consider BBA in Management Information Systems if you…
- Are intrigued by computer systems and technology
- Desire to create cutting-edge technology solutions
- Enjoy analyzing and solving problems
- Think analytically and logically
Read more about MSOE’s BBA - MIS program.
SC Johnson STEM Scholars Pathway
Thanks to a generous donation from SC Johnson, the STEM Scholars Pathway encourages students to pursue in-demand STEM related degrees while receiving some financial support. High school seniors apply for this program to complete their 2-year degree with our partner Gateway Technical College and then finish their 4-year degree at MSOE in either Electrical Engineering or BBA-Management Information Systems. STEM Scholar students will receive a $7,500 scholarship each year at Gateway Technical College and then will continue to receive the $7,500 scholarship for their 2 final years at MSOE. This scholarship will then be matched by MSOE.
Eligible Gateway Tech programs: Electrical Engineering Technology, IT-Cybersecurity Specialist, IT-Data Analytics Specialist, IT-Network Specialist, IT-Software Developer, IT-Web Software Developer
Program applicants must:
- Be female, or an underrepresented student of color, or a low-income student
- Be a graduating senior attending a Racine County High school and residing within the Racine Unified School District
- Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher at the time of application
- Be pursuing a STEM related degree in field listed above