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Management Information Systems

MIS - Bruce McLaren teachingThe MIS program at Indiana State University prepares students for careers where they develop and maintain information systems as solutions to business problems. MIS graduates are considered Information Technology Professionals and are in high demand by today’s businesses.  Because of their unique understanding of business, combined with an understanding of today’s information technology and how to use it for competitive advantage, MIS majors are especially prized by many organizations.  Students in the MIS program get real-world experience with project assignments that represent those found in business and industry. Project teams are emphasized in many courses. Most courses stress hands-on learning of cutting-edge technologies.

The MIS curriculum is built on the common business core that all business majors take, with coursework in accounting, management, economics, marketing, finance, information systems, business law, operations, and business statistics. The MIS program includes the required MIS core of programming, systems analysis & design, networking, knowledge management, and information resource management courses. Elective classes are available in MIS and computer science, and serve to fulfill the student's career objectives.





  • ‘What Would You Do?’ is focus of 12th annual Ethics Conference

    ‘What Would You Do?’ is focus of 12th annual Ethics Conference

    Students can register for the Ethics Conference at Those who pre-register by Feb. 24 and confirm their attendance to the keynote luncheon, will receive a free lunch. The first 200 students to register will get a free T-shirt.
  • Smithsonian scientist to speak on Feb. 17

    Smithsonian scientist to speak on Feb. 17

    Richard Potts, head of the Smithsonian Institution’s Human Origins Program, will discuss paleoanthropology and environmental effects on human evolution during the first Wittman Speaker Series talk at 4 p.m. in Science Building, room 012 at Indiana State.
  • Sycamores to bring French play to stage Feb. 22-26

    Sycamores to bring French play to stage Feb. 22-26

    The comedy, which raises questions about art and friendship among long-time friends, will be performed 7:30 p.m. Feb. 22-Feb. 25 and 4 p.m. Feb. 26 in Dreiser Theater.

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Undergraduate Dean
Scott College of Business
Federal Hall, Room 124
Indiana State University
30 N. 7th St., Terre Haute, IN 47809
Phone: 812-237-3606
Fax: 812-237-4122