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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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  • Four Internships, Three Research Jobs, and Two Majors November 19, 2015
    Scholarship Allows Student to Stretch Academically Katie Cavanaugh ’17 only just started her junior year, but she has already done four internships and held three research positions. Oh, and she’s double majoring in political science and management information systems. Cavanaugh has never held back academically. She is grateful for the scholarships she has gotten from...  […]
  • To Gigabit or Not October 14, 2015
    Business Analytics Professor, Students Unravel Mystery Surrounding Fiber-Optic Broadband Benefits Connecticut’s 169 towns and cities now have some critical new information to consider as they examine whether to invest in ultra-fast, fiber-optic based broadband internet. Professor Sudip Bhattacharjee and graduate students in UConn’s Business Analytics and Project Management (MSBAPM) program ranked each municipality on a three-tier...  […]
  • Up Next: Compliance October 7, 2015
    ‘Building a Culture of Compliance’ Continues Executive Education Breakfast Series The Chief Operating Officer of a nuclear utility in Washington state noticed an employee trip on the stairs after catching her heel on some loose carpeting. The executive, laden with a full schedule of meetings and decisions, “stood guard” in the stairway until a repair...  […]