The Department of Information Systems is designed to provide the student with the necessary background to perform essential business functions.
Management Information Systems (MIS) is the study of how Information Technology (IT) helps businesses and organizations achieve their strategic goals and operational objectives. Organizations are constantly seeking individuals who understand how technology can be used to improve operational efficiencies and business. Our mission is to educate and prepare our students with both IT aptitude and business understanding that will qualify them for successful careers in the IT field.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Information Systems degree program has three optional specializations: General Information Systems, Enterprise Network Management and Enterprise Data Management and Applications.
The Master of Science in Management Information Systems degree program has three optional concentrations: Information Systems, Enterprise Resource Planning, and Business and Data Analytics.
More than 90% of the College of Business faculty have earned a doctoral degree in their field. These faculty maintain their currency in the field through conducting research and publishing their works in academic and practitioner journals, books, book chapters, along with a variety of other outlets.
Tom Lucy-Bouler, Information Systems (2014)
Robert Gehling, Information Systems (2001)
Yaw-Chin Ho, Information Systems (1980)
Charles W. Golden, Information Systems (1973)
Department Head, Professor
310B Clement Hall
310 Clement Hall
310C Clement Hall
Wendy F. Anderson
310D Clement Hall
Chulhwan (Chris) Bang
310F Clement Hall
310G Clement Hall
307 Clement Hall
310E Clement Hall
310I Clement Hall
308 Clement Hall
Taylor Center 101
7400 East Drive Montgomery, AL 36117
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday
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