Rohrer College of Business @ Rowan University

Management Information Systems (MIS) - Program Requirements

Mission Statement

The mission of the MIS program is to prepare students for careers in a rapidly changing technological world by training them to analyze business problems, challenges, and opportunities and to subsequently design, develop, implement and maintain business solutions through the use of information and information technology.

The BS in Management Information Systems (MIS) Program has been accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, (www.abet.org).

2012-2013 Management Information Systems enrollment

2012-2013 Management Information Systems graduates

Assessment Implementation Matrix

Learning Goals Learning Objectives
Students will exhibit competence in analyzing business situations and designing information system solutions

Demonstrate an understand project management and have experience using project management software

Methods
1. Case Studies
2. Course portfolio
3. Examination
4. Homework Assignments
5. Project Based Learning (real world clients)

 

Demonstrate an understanding of computer networking concepts

Methods
1. Case studies
2. Examination
3. Homework assignments

Demonstrate competence in the analysis and design of information systems and understand what is involved in systems implementation

Methods
1. Case study
2. Course Portfolio
3. Examinations
4. Homework Assignments
5. Project Based Learning (real clients)

Students will exhibit competence in developing information systems solutions for business environments

Demonstrate proficiency in the use of a database management system and have experience creating database solutions

Methods
1. Case Studies
2. Course portfolio
3. Examination
4. Homework Assignments
5. Project Based Learning (real world clients)

  Demonstrate programming competence using a modern programming language

Gain experience designing and developing dynamic web sites.

Methods
1. Case Studies
2. Examination
3. Homework Assignments
4. Project Based Learning (real clients)

Proficient users of technology
Students will exhibit responsibility and competence in implementing information system solutions

Demonstrate an understanding of e-business concepts

Methods
1. Case Studies
2. Examination
3. Homework Assignments
4. Project Based Learning (real clients)

 

Effectively use of technology within the business environment

Methods
1. Case Studies
2. Examination
3. Homework Assignments
4. Project Based Learning (real clients)

Exhibit good business communication and interpersonal skills

Methods
1. Case Studies
2. Class Presentations
3. Homework Assignments
4. Project Based Learning (real clients)

Experience working in teams to design, develop, and manage complex IS projects from initial information gathering through final project implementation

Methods
1. Case Studies
2. Examination
3. Homework Assignments
4. Project Based Learning (real clients)

Identify ethical dilemmas in IS, and make informed decisions in the face of ethical dilemmas

Methods
1. Examination
2. Homework assignments

Information about Careers in MIS

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