The Hodges' Master of Information Systems Management (MIS) is designed as a comprehensive and contemporary study of the management and utilization of the various aspects of information systems. The program is geared toward students who have a desire to take advanced or graduate level courses to improve their education, enhance their opportunities for advancement or better prepare for a career change. The curriculum not only addresses the technology end of information systems, but also the management of the technology, as well as management of the people who run the systems.
The MIS degree consists of 30 credits with three primary components: core courses, integration courses, and concentration courses. This degree can be completed entirely online. Prerequisites for the program include demonstration of a working knowledge of computer and a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.