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The Management Information Systems (MIS) major focuses on technology’s role in all aspects of business. If you are comfortable in fast-paced, tech-heavy environment, you may be particularly well-suited to the growing fields MIS will prepare you for.


McCombs' MIS major is one of the top-ranked programs in the country by U.S. News & World Report.


Read the degree plan

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  • See What You’ll Learn

    MIS students learn from leading faculty and gain in-demand skills, including: how to use information technology to solve business problems, fundamental and advanced aspects of business and technical systems analysis, new applications for cutting-edge technologies, and problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
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  • See the Jobs You Can Get

    MIS students excel across industries and often pursue these careers: Business Analyst, Consultant, IT Analyst, IT Developer, Software Developer, System Analyst/Engineer, and Technology Risk Consultant.
See What Students Say
The coursework for MIS does a great job of fostering not only analytic and critical thinking, but also creative as well. There is rarely just one correct answer to business problems; many may be correct, but which one is the most correct?
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Student Recruiter

Reach out to a student recruiter to ask what major might be right for you.