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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
Management Information Systems and Business Analytics
The Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems and
Business Analytics prepares students to be organizational leaders through
the use of information technology and data management. Students will
learn to improve decision making and processes in core business concepts
including management, strategy, and finance through the use of business
intelligence. Technical topics include systems analysis and design,
database management, and data mining.
The accredited online Management Information Systems degree
consists of 12 three-credit major courses as part of 120 credit
hour bachelor’s degree. Core courses are designed to build
practical knowledge and skills to help you advance your career.
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“The courses have reinforced my knowledge and experience as
a manager. They have given me a great deal of knowledge in the
technical side of the business.” — Michael Foster, CSU-Global Alumnus
PROGRAM OUTCOMES
Apply managerial and business processes to information systems.
Conduct systems analysis to manage complex projects.
Design business intelligence solutions to meet organizational objectives.
Analyze complex data to support strategic decision making.
B.S. IN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND BUSINESS ANALYTICS
COURSES SHOULD BE TAKEN IN THE ORDER SHOWN
ORG300 Applying Leadership Principles: This required first
course for all majors (undergraduate level) provides an overview of
leadership basics. In the context of studying at CSU-Global, students
will develop strategies for success in the online learning environment.
MGT300 Principles of Management: An examination of the basic
functions of management, including planning, organizing, leading,
staffing and controlling and how they can be utilized to strengthen
management, employee, and organizational performance.
MGT350 Business Policy and Strategy: An analysis of the process
of developing business policies and how strategies are formulated,
implemented, and evaluated. Students will gain the knowledge of
how business strategies establish and influence the company’s
position within its industry.
MIS300 Information Systems Design and Management: Overview
of issues processes and technology utilized in the design and
management of information systems. Analysis includes needs
assessment, database management, software capacity, security
features, and decision making applications.
MIS350 Information Systems Analysis and Design: This course
provides students with the ability to design and develop systems
to solve problems, integrate disparate mechanisms, and improve
system efficiencies using industry standards.
ITS320 Basic Programming: An introduction to computer
programming, design, and testing using Java object-oriented
programming language.
MIS407 Database Concepts: This course examines the basics of
relational databases including basic terminology, database integrity,
and normalization. The relational model is covered to appreciate
database structure, integrity, and manipulation. Current relational
database management systems will be explored and contrasted.
Basic SQL programming assignments are included.
ITS410 Database Management: This course teaches students
to design, implement, and use database management systems.
Students will gain an working knowledge of available software
packages, concepts of query languages, software integration
services, and security considerations. The course has components
consistent with materials used for the preparation of certification
exam 70-462: Administering Microsoft SQL 2012 Databases.
MIS445 Statistics and SPSS: A study of data analysis, data
production, and statistical inference. Areas of study include: surveys
and designed experiments, randomization, causation, regression,
and inference using hypothesis tests. This course also explores
using statistical methods for the analysis of data for an enterprise
performance and quality, effectiveness, and marketability. SPSS
software will be utilized to conduct a predictive analysis, analyze the
results, and document the findings. The preparation of input data for
analysis from a relational database using SQL is also performed.
MIS450 Data Mining: Investigate various statistical approaches
used for data mining analyses. The preparation of data suitable
for analysis from an enterprise data warehouse using SQL and the
documentation of results is also covered. A simple data mining
analysis project using SPSS is performed to reinforce the concepts.
MIS440 Cloud Computing and Big Data: The promise of cloud
computing technology to provide unlimited utility computing and
storage capacity to organizations is investigated. The various types
of current cloud computing services offered by the major service
vendors are studied. The challenges of managing “big data” are
reviewed, and the relationships of cloud computing, big data, and
data mining are examined.
MIS480 Capstone - Business Analytics and Information Systems:
This capstone course provides students with the opportunity to
demonstrate competency on the key domains of business analytics.
Students will develop a comprehensive project that integrates
content learned throughout the duration of the program including
database management, systems analysis, enterprise infrastructure,
and decision support.
Please note that minor name changes may apply. The Academic Catalog under which students are
admitted supersedes general information posted on the website. In addition, students should be
advised that actual degree plans may vary based on a full transfer credit evaluation.
Human Resource Management
Human Services
Information Technology
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Criminal Forensics
Criminal Justice Management
Criminology
Cyber Security
Data Management and Analysis
Emergency Management
Finance
Foundations of Accounting
Healthcare Informatics
Healthcare Management
Human Resources and Organizational Development
Information Technology Management
Information Technology Operations
Intelligence and Homeland Security
Marketing
Operations Management and Supervision
Organizational Leadership
Professional Sales
Project Management
Public Administration
Public and Non-Profit Management
Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Strategic Communication
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SPECIALIZATIONS
Once a student has completed all the courses within a specialization, they can request a non-transcribable Certificate of Completion
to be mailed to them prior to the completion of their degree. Students should contact their advisor for more information.
MAJORS
Healthcare Administration and Management
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Public Management
Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration
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Project Management
Communication
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Organizational Leadership
Business Management
Business Administration
Marketing
Applied Social Sciences
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CUSTOMIZE YOUR
DEGREE WITH A
SPECIALIZATION
Management Information Systems and Business Analytics
Accounting
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UNDERGRADUATE
SPECIALIZATIONS