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The Management Information Systems Major is a four-year, 130 credit hour program that leads to a Bachelor of Science degree. The major is a collaborative effort by the faculty of two disciplines: Management Information Systems and Computer Science. The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree provides sufficient background and skills to support a successful career in technical computing (for example, programmer, systems analyst, or systems designer), systems or network administration, database administration, information technology management, sales, or technical sales support. Students pursuing an MIS major typically earn a Computer Science minor.

Students are admitted to the pre-professional program when they declare a major in the College of Business. Once a student has met the College's requirements, they must apply to the professional program in order to take higher level Business, Accounting, & MIS courses. Admission to the professional program requires: Students to successfully complete the pre-professional courses that are indicated with an asterisk (*) on the curriculum guide, achieve junior standing (60 credits) and earn a 2.50 institutional (NDSU) cumulative GPA. Students also must submit an application to the professional program to the College of Business. A letter grade must be earned in any course that fulfills a major requirement. Admission to the professional program is required to enroll in the advanced 300 and 400 level Business Administration courses.


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Last Updated: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 10:17:49 AM