Online Business Management - Management Information Systems Concentration

How many jobs can you think of that don’t utilize some form of information technology? We can’t think of any either! Information technology is transforming all aspects of business. Professionals from every industry are improving their work processes with innovative and more efficient technology, and they need someone who understands how to manage it all.  Bay State’s Management Degree Online in Management Information Systems can show you how.

The curriculum in the Management Degree Online in Management Information Systems Program at Bay State College is designed to give you a solid foundation in the essential elements of the information systems organizations use, while teaching you how to manage people and resources for maximum effectiveness.

In this high-tech job market, a person with MIS skills has the opportunity to advance in today's technologically demanding work place. MIS professionals work in many areas such as manufacturing firms, banks and insurance companies, data processing service organizations, wholesale and retail businesses and government agencies.

Students in the Management Degree Online MIS concentration learn skills necessary for analysis, design, implementation, and management of computer information systems needed to effectively run an organization. Students learn about modern computer technology, and experience hands-on use of current hardware, software, and analytical techniques needed to analyze business problems.

At Bay State College, we have industry professionals teaching your classes and a Career Services team here to ensure that you have career options upon graduation; all because your success matters to us.

FAQ

What is the minimum Grade Point Average for acceptance into the associates program for Nursing?

Answer

To be considered for acceptance into the Nursing Program:

  • A minimum 2.7 GPA
  • Achievement of a score of the Bay State College’s English Placement Test sufficient enough to be placed into English II
  • Achievement of a score of the Bay State College’s Math Placement Test sufficient enough to be placed into Math 102
  • An interview with nursing program representative(s)