Management Information Systems, BS

Central to Managing the Digital Landscape.

CCSU’s BS in Management Information Systems (MIS) program prepares students to become leaders in business by using information technology for competitive advantage.

The program is built on a solid foundation of business courses and innovative core courses providing real-world learning opportunities.

Students develop key leadership skills in:

  • Information Systems
  • Telecommunication & Networking Technologies
  • Decision Systems
  • Project Management
  • Knowledge Management
  • Enterprise Strategies for Competitive Advantage

Program Features

  • Learn from excellent instructors in high-tech classrooms
  • Low student-to-faculty-ratio, students receive a close personal education
  • Hands-on instruction with state-of-the-art technologies enables students to acquire both theoretical and practical knowledge
  • Program is built on a solid foundation of business courses and innovative core courses providing real-world learning opportunities
  • Program draws upon the expertise of dedicated faculty who challenge, motivate, and encourage students in their classes
  • Real-world themes help students learn current best practices and future trends
  • Internship opportunities in local businesses give students valuable real-world experiences while still attending classes - Students gain a competitive edge in the marketplace, making it easier for them to land full-time, career-starting jobs



The CCSU School of Business is an accredited member of AACSB International - the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

Admissions Contact

Undergraduate Recruitment & Admissions

Academic Contact

Joo Eng Lee-Partridge
Management Information Systems
R.C. Vance Academic Center

Academic Department

CCSU provided me with the business, technical, and communication skills necessary to understand and apply technology to solve business problems; to successfully market myself to employers; to build a substantial network of life-long personal and professional contacts; and to prepare me for an MBA degree for further career advancement.

Jason Rosa
Director, Bureau of Information Systems & Technology at Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection

Did You Know?

In the next decade, 8 out of the 20 fastest growing occupations will be computer related.

Source: U.S. Department of Labor

Learning Outcomes

  1. Understand the leadership role of Management Information Systems in achieving business competitive advantage through informed decision-making.
  2. Analyze and synthesize business information needs to facilitate evaluation of strategic alternatives.
  3. Apply Management Information Systems knowledge and skills learned to facilitate the acquisition, development, deployment, and management of information systems.
  4. Effectively communicate strategic alternatives to facilitate decision-making.