The MBA with a specialization in management information systems is designed students interested in learning how to use information as a source of operational efficiency, managerial effectiveness and corporate strategic advantage. Effective information systems management requires technical and managerial skills drawn from the fields of business management, information technology, finance, and economics. In this program you'll learn how to use and develop information system technology as well as getting a solid understanding of how businesses use information technology. MBA students graduating with this specialization will have the educational foundation to work in a variety of positions in the field of Management Information Systems including Information Technology Manager, Network Administrator, Systems Analyst and Chief Technology Officer. In the Management of Information Systems specialization, you will study how to use information as a competitive organizational resource and use information technology to gain maximum competitive advantage.
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