Computer Management Information Systems
The CMIS program recognizes and addresses needs arising from:
- The constantly changing nature of the computer field;
- Rising concerns about information privacy;
- Security concerns arising from a highly networked and Internet-enabled society;
- Management of computer and technological resources;
- Assess technology needs of organizations.
Built upon a foundation of liberal arts, the Mission of the School of Business Administration is to deliver high quality business education, in a student-centered environment that fosters leadership, global and multicultural awareness, and social responsibility.
Graduates of the School will possess functional knowledge in the business disciplines and the ability to:
- Lead ethically;
- Communicate effectively;
- Think critically;
- Utilize business technology;
- Solve problems;
- Work in teams; and,
- Manage change.
The School is committed to academic excellence and continuous improvement.
Computer Management Information Systems (CMIS) is an interdisciplinary concentration combining Business Administration and Computer Science. Students completing their concentration will be able to:
- Follow and apply technologic trends applied to information systems;
- Apply the knowledge gained to a professional career in management information systems, computers or business;
- Demonstrate problem-solving and logical skills that can be applied to all academic and professional areas.