Information Systems and Analysis

The Department of Information Systems and Analysis offers both a Bachelor of Business Administration major and a minor program in Management Information Systems (MIS). MIS courses are integrated with SAP education through the SAP-University Alliance Program.

Graduates of the MIS program are highly sought after due to their training in analysis and problem solving. They contribute to productivity increases through planning and implementation of information systems. They are prepared to meet the challenges of a technological business environment because they have mastered many professional skills. Our professors are nationally and internationally known scholars, researchers and consultants. They are dedicated to providing the students with state-of-the-art academic knowledge and practical experiences.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor projections - jobs in MIS and related areas will grow at a faster rate than most other areas.

Future Careers Include:

Systems Analyst | Project Manager | Programmer | Trainer | Chief Information Officer | Computer Support Specialist | Electronic Commerce Manager | Information Technology Consultant | Database & Data Warehousing Administrator | Director of Management Information Systems


Admission

The following requirements are effective for all students entering or transferring into the MIS program.

A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required to enter and remain in this program. A minimum GPA of 2.5 in MIS courses is required to successfully complete the major in MIS.

A student can obtain a minor in MIS by completing 18 credit hours of approved courses listed in the Lamar University catalog. 


"Explore MIS/SAP" Video:

Passport Through Lamar: Exploring MIS/SAP

 

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