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Management Information Systems

MIS teaches skills that lie at the interface between business functions and information technologies. These include highly sought after proficiencies that help you identify technology improvements in business practices including accounting, finance, marketing, operations and everything in between, formulate creative solutions, manage teams that will implement solutions and understand business requirements with the perspective of technologies.

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  • Advocates Say High-Speed Internet Key to Attracting Businesses January 27, 2016
    CT Post – No matter how much it spends on technology upgrades, Connecticut will never have a city like Boston. But it can still make investments in hardware, software, networks and data facilities that would appeal to large companies, experts say, and might prevent the next General Electric from leaving — or help to bring...  […]
  • The State of Connecticut’s Chief Data Officer visits UConn BDA students December 4, 2015
    Tyler Kleykamp, the State of Connecticut’s Chief Data Officer, met with BDA students in UConn Stamford. Tyler manages activities related to the collection and analysis of the State’s information assets. Tyler shared his expertise related to various data tools used for data collection and analytics, and explained how data have been used by the State...  […]
  • UConn team placed Third in the Travelers IT Case Competition December 4, 2015
    UConn team placed Third in the 2015 Travelers IT case competition. The participating schools for this year’s competition included Bentley University, Central Connecticut State University, University of Minnesota (Carlson school), Quinnipiac University, Concordia University, University of Wisconsin and UConn. This topic of this year’s competition dealt with strategies and solutions for improving claim process by...  […]