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Management Information Systems Associate of Science Degree
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- Graduates will have a sound understanding of the accounting systems, and business systems that underlie Management Information Systems and be able to utilize this knowledge to analytically describe organization processes.
- With additional education and experience, students may advance to positions such as Systems Analyst, Software Architect, Business Analyst, and Accounting System Support Analyst.
- Business and industry
- Federal, state and local government
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The Management Information Systems Associate of Science (AS) Degree is designed to provide the students with opportunities for immediate employment or for transfer to four-year institutions with whom we have credit transfer agreements.
A management information system degree prepares the student for a career that combines business techniques and computer systems capability. Students study how to provide reporting and analysis using best practices in information technology.
Students planning a career in management information systems (MIS) should have above average mathematical reasoning and communication skills. Students should exhibit qualities of patience, perseverance, and preciseness, and should enjoy working in a team environment.
Program Delivery Methods
Online, hybrid, traditional in-class courses and hands-on training in state-of-the-art labs on Saint Paul College campus, St. Paul, MN
Saint Paul College has transfer articulation agreements between the following program and post-secondary institutions for the baccalaureate degree programs listed below.
Management Information Systems AS Degree
- BA Individualized Studies, Metropolitan State University
- BS Management Information Systems, Metropolitan State University
- BS Information Technology, Saint Mary’s University-Twin Cities Campus
- BS Computer Information Systems, College of St. Scholastica
- How to analyze complex business processes and develop business process improvements
- How to help build and test information systems in an organization
- How to utilize accounting and business systems information to develop recommendations for operating cost reductions and improved use of capital investment
- A sound understanding of business systems, current technologies, organizational structures, and communication tools
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