WELCOME To The Major Of MIS

OVERVIEW

The MIS program is specifically designed to build a solid foundation in a broad spectrum of significant information systems challenges and applications. The program entails cutting-edge courses in programming, database management, and data communication and networking. Furthermore, the MIS program ensures that students acquire the skills necessary to comprehend information systems in numerous practical areas of modern corporations. Understanding such a variety of applications increases the proficiency of MIS graduates and their future prospects.

Mission

To prepare MIS students to become Management Information Systems MIS professionals and entrepreneurs for handling digital societies and to enhance student’s research essential capabilities to meet local and global business demands.

Objectives

  • Provide students with multi-dimensional (technical and business) training, expertise in designing, developing, implementing, and managing Information System.
  • Engage students in solving and researching the contemporary issues related to the field of managing information systems.
  • Develop the skills and abilities to investigate and solve IS problems.

Curriculum and Plan

PREPARATION PROGRAM

UBT’s Preparatory Program consists of non-credited courses and English courses aimed at improving students’ language proficiency before they begin their undergraduate studies, as well as to develop and improve students’ knowledge of mathematical and analytical techniques through the medium of English language. The program also familiarizes students with various majors available at the college, with the requirements of undergraduate study, study skills and disciplines of all forms. Read More...

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM PLAN

It is highly important to follow the program plan during its different semesters as it was designed to prepare the students in each stage to totally benefit from the following:
It is crucial for the student to meet his/her academic advisor and follow the study plan of his/her major closely. This would typically include taking the lower level courses in the first and second year, getting as much of the general education as possible, and then moving to take the major courses and possibly some minor courses. This is a very carefully structured process that students should closely adhere to. Read More...

Course Description

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM COURSES DESCRIPTION

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Carrer Prospects

CAREERS AND EMPLOYABILITY

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Program Advisory Board

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