Management Information Systems (MIS) course that focuses on the use of technology and information to support and enhance organisational decision-making and problem-solving. It covers the design, implementation, and evaluation of information systems, as well as the impact of these systems on businesses and society. Topics studied in an MIS course may include systems analysis and design, database management, electronic commerce, business intelligence and data analytics, enterprise resource planning, and project management. The course may also explore issues related to information security, privacy, ethics, and legal considerations. The goal of an MIS course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand and effectively use information systems to solve organisational problems and improve business processes.


Network/Database Administrator, Business Intelligence, E-Commerce Analyst, Project Manager, MIS Consultant


To study MIS, an individual typically needs to have a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, or a related field. Some universities may also require applicants to have completed prerequisite courses in programming, database management, and statistics.

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