Program Outcomes


MIS Program Outcomes

  • A foundation in mathematics and basic sciences and ability to apply acquired knowledge as they relate to the study and practice of information systems management.
  • An ability to align information technology, organizational and strategic matters.
  • An ability to propose, analyze, design, develop, test and maintain an information technology system including software solutions, security model, computer and network infrastructure, etc. to solve information systems problems.
  • An ability to analyze local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations and society; and the ability to apply information systems techniques, skills, and tools for regular computing practices as well as to improve effectiveness of current methodologies.
  • An ability to effectively communicate in oral and written media with relevant audiences, as well as prepare documentation for this purpose as required.
  • An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, and social issues and responsibilities of the information systems management profession.
  • A breadth of knowledge across several social topics outside the immediate requirements of the information systems management profession, as well as the ability to to accomplish a common goal while working within heterogeneous teams, including those from the information systems profession, as well as other disciplines.
  • An ability to engage in life-long learning and professional development for personal improvement to follow contemporary information systems issues.