Master of Business Administration
MBA with a Concentration in Management Information Systems
The MBA in Information Systems Management is a specialization in Wilmington University's MBA program. With a WilmU MBA in Information Systems Management, you'll be at an advantage to take charge in communication and networking situations in a business environment.
This concentration has two additional program competencies:
- Demonstrating decision making IT strategies in the areas of analysis, modeling and design.
- Knowledge of available communication and networking in order to meet IT strategies within the organization.
The 12 courses listed below are required for completion of an MBA with a concentration in MIS.
MBA 6000 Organizational Behavior and Ethical Leadership
MBA 6100 Managerial Accounting
MBA 6300 Quantitative Business Analysis
MBA 6400 Economic and Financial Environment of Business
MBA 7200 Financial Management
MBA 7600 Global Marketing Management
MBA 8800 Business Strategy
Concentration in Management Information Systems
IST 7000 Data Management
IST 7020 Analysis, Modeling, and Design
IST 7040 Data Communications and Networking
IST 7060 Project and Change Management
IST 7100 IT Policy and Strategy
Total of core and concentration courses is 12 courses or 36 credits.
Certificates of Advanced Study in Management Information Systems
Students who wish to receive a Certificate of Advanced Study in MIS may obtain it from the College of Technology upon completing the five MIS courses listed in Concentration in MIS above. When students are enrolled in their last course for completion of the certificate program, the student must complete the Graduate Certificate Program Form and submit to the Office of the Registrar. This form is available from the Registrar’s website.
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This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2015-2016 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2015 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.