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Management Information Systems

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Alexandra Bengtson

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Transcript of Management Information Systems

Management Information Systems Alex Bengtson
Zach Glick
Zak Kreisler Almost all firms need MIS professionals to help run the business, so chances of employment are high. Occupational growth is projected to grow 18 percent from 2010 to 2020 Job opportunities will be best for applicants
with: a strong understanding of
business and good communication skills, organization skills, and problem solving abilities. CNN’s list of top ten jobs that pay the
most to newly graduated students ranks
Management information systems/ business
data processing number four -- Average
annual salary offer to 2011 grads: $54,372
The median wage for a MIS professional
was $115,780 in May 2010 The End! Courses to Take: BUSMIS 1600Technology-Enabled Business Transformation
BUSMIS 1605Database Management
BUSMIS 1625Electronic Commerce
BUSMIS 1630 Project Management
BUSMIS 1635 Information Technology Systems in Supply Chains
BUSMIS 1615MIS Internship** Overview Pitt Alumni Realisation Get
Money?? Management Information Systems (MIS) is the study of people, technology, organizations and the relationships among them. MIS professionals help firms realize maximum benefit from investment in personnel, equipment, and business processes. If you have an interest in technology and have the desire to use technology to improve people’s lives, a degree in MIS may be for you. Pitt alumni works for various companies including U.S. Department of Energy, Fed ex,
and Eaton Corporation **If interested in finding Alumni that work in the MIS fields, look for job titles such as such business analyst, web developer, software tester, network developer or IT support staff
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