Academics Menu ▾

Minor in Management Information Systems (MIS)

Benefit from tech-minded business.

No matter what you do professionally, there is no doubt you will interact with technology. Benefit from an understanding of this technology and the information systems that power nearly every industry.

Management Information Systems (MIS) is a growing field that combines business practices and principles with the growing demand for technological solutions.

The minor in MIS from William Woods University can help you understand these systems, and make you a valuable asset to any workplace.

Learn technology skills for web design and productivity tools. Coursework includes database management systems, networks and telecommunications, and a range of systems and technology courses to choose from.


The minor in management information systems at William Woods University includes 6 required course credits and 12 required elective course credits.

Courses you may take:

MIS 100 - Cloud Computing - 3.00

Through digital collaboration, this course will introduce the student to Web 2.0 tools by integrating and utilizing these tools in a business settings. Students will examine the theory of online business, simulations and other pedagogical implications while considering the social, interpersonal, cultural and technical implications of Web 2.0 in a business sense. (Students will be required to have Webcam & mic/headset)

MIS 125 - Productivity Tools - 3.00

Students will learn basic skills involving the applications of word processing, database, spreadsheet, presentations, and e-mail using the Office 2013 suite. Students will be exposed to employment considerations and new administrative features. Several of the specific components will include: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook.


Share this page: