MIS is the best degree for Business professionals looking to enhance their careers in Digital world with a better understanding of how technology interacts with business processes, strategy, and policy. Decision makers need information to make effective decisions. Management Information Systems (MIS) make this possible. AIUB’s department of MIS provides major and minor courses for BBA and MBA programs that integrate advanced coursework in technology and business to create business value.
In today’s digital age businesses use information systems at all levels of operation to collect, process, and store data. Management aggregates and disseminates this data in the form of information needed to carry out the daily operations of business. Everyone who works in business, from someone who pays the bills to the person who makes employment decisions, systems that provide them information. But that information is not worth much if it cannot be managed and does not serve a purpose. MIS professionals help firms realize maximum benefit from investment in personnel, equipment, and business processes. Since an information systems manager is the “communication bridge” between business needs and technology, graduate programs for MIS include business courses as well as courses in information systems and Contemporary IT innovations in business applications to adopt e-commerce, e-governance and new business models. If you have an interest in technology and have the desire to use technology to improve people’s lives, a degree in MIS is tailored for you. Adding MIS as a minor also will give you the competitive edge in the job market, both immediately and for a long time to come.
Faculties of our department put a strong emphasis on developing hands-on business application building skills through lab work, Interactive Sessions and Hands-on MIS case studies. Through our major courses students learn how to use applications that helps in decision making, integrate information from multiple sources, Information engineering, managing databases, network resource management, configuring Enterprise systems, applying data mining and business intelligence techniques and many other computerized processes that enable the department to run efficiently. An MIS major finds jobs in the wide array of tasks that are required to create and sustain complex financial computer systems. Potential career titles include Network Administrator, Web Marketer, Data Analyst, Business Systems Analyst and Web Application developer. Demand for workers in these occupations will be driven by the continuing need for businesses, government agencies, and other organizations to adopt and utilize the latest technologies. For MIS second major and minor students we are offering many tailor-made courses such as Knowledge management, CRM in Business Operation, Mobile application development, Web based marketing, Business graphics & animation, Internet security, Information auditing etc. Regardless of whether you are an accounting, finance, Human resource management, operations management and marketing the knowledge and information you find from our courses will be valuable throughout your business career.