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MIS E-Advising

 

The purpose of this webpage is to provide you with the necessary resources to assist you in completing an MIS Degree at the NDSU College of Business. The information presented here is intended to be used as guidelines for successfully completing the requirements for your degree; however, it should not be considered a replacement for communicating with your advisor.

 The links on the left of this page feature information about MIS as a major and how it differs from other technology related degrees. We've also provided a graph detailing the important milestones you'll reach during your time as an MIS student and what actions you'll need to take to respond to these milestones. We have helpful links on how to find an internship or career in MIS, and many of the other frequently asked MIS advising questions.

 

The Ethics of MIS:

As a Management Information Systems major you will be creating systems that handle and maintain confidential information. As a result, you have a duty to protect this information and to use it in a responsible manner.

MIS Grads say...


"My four years in NDSU were transformative. NDSU opened my eyes to the limitless educational possibilities offered by a great university. It has lead me to a path of great success!"

     ~Brandon Friedrich

 

"My time at NDSU was really fun.  The MIS curriculum did a good job preparing me for my career."

     ~Zach Ljungren

 

"The MIS program at NDSU introduced me to a wide range of different applications to help aid business operations. I use that knowledge in my current position everyday!"

     ~Anne Bausman

 

"The MIS program has given me a multitude of skills. It has taught me many aspects of the business world and how to solve its problems from a technical standpoint."

     ~Ross Melby

 

 

 

 


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Last Updated: Wednesday, December 05, 2012 4:33:45 PM