George Mason UniversitySchool of Business

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Management Information Systems Concentration

Mason's management information systems (MIS) concentration is designed to meet the market demand for graduates who can design and manage technology-driven business solutions. Through the MIS concentration, you will learn to:

  • Leverage information systems.
  • Improve business models and processes.
  • Oversee supply chain operations.
  • Manage database systems, networks, and websites.
  • Make appropriate corporate investments into business technology.
  • Manage complex technology projects.

Mason’s MIS program prepares you for a range of career options that intersect people, processes, and technology.

Learning Goals for MIS Concentration

  • Apply knowledge of information technology and business functions to understand its application in assessing, designing, and improving business processes.
  • Become aware of the uses of technology in business.
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Increase knowledge about the legal environment of business.
  • Learn how to be critical thinkers.

MIS faculty mentors can provide additional information on information systems jobs. For more information about the faculty mentor program, contact businfo@gmu.edu.

View the MIS curriculum in the current University Catalog or University Catalog Archives. You may also find a sample four-year plan on the Resources page.