Management Information Systems at Lakeland University

Combining Business and Computer Science

Employers and students spoke. Lakeland listened. Lakeland University's Management Information Systems (MIS) Degree, combines expertise in Business Administration and Computer Science.

Management Information Systems is ideal for students who are interested in analytics and solving business problems using technology. Graduates of this program may begin careers in programming, but go on to provide leadership in the areas of applications development, systems analysis and design, data and predictive analytics, and project management.

Become An Expert

A High-Demand Industry

Like most sectors, the financial and business world relies heavily upon computers and networking in its continued operation. Today, many common financial tasks such as filing taxes and applying for loans or credit cards are completely computerized. Students who complete majors in Management Information Systems are the ones behind the scenes of these financial systems ensuring their continued working health. They study both the technology of business and its use, bringing a solution-oriented vision to companies hoping to compete in the global marketplace or streamline operations.

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"The jobs that involve both business administration and information technology are very much in demand by companies and organizations right now."

- Scott Niederjohn, Dean of J. Garland Schilcutt School of Business and Entrepreneurship.

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Learn Modern Business World Skills

Market Yourself!

Graduates with an MIS degree will be extremely marketable, because they will be well-versed in project management, digital data analysis, and website development among many other modern business world skills.

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Experiential Education

Incorporating Work Experiences

Traditional Students (Main Campus): Lakeland's Cooperative Education program will provide 12-18 months of full-time work experience, academic credit for their work, and a combination of scholarships and wages that will significantly reduce or eliminate post-graduation debt.

Kellett School (Evening/Online): Earn academic credit toward your degree on the job – without stepping footing a traditional classroom! Whether it’s projects you’re already doing or much-needed tasks your boss doesn’t have time for – only Lakeland lets you earn academic credit for real-time work projects.

Experiential Education

Interested in both Business and Computer Science? Then Lakeland's Management Information Systems program is for you! Contact us today.