In 2006, our Bachelor of Science program in Management Information Systems became the first business school program in Ohio to be accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. We were also among the first twenty business programs in the U.S. to achieve this accreditation.
Our enrollments are F12 (64), F13 (65), F14 (67), F15 (54), and F16 (51). Our graduations are: 2012-13 (41), 2013-14 (45), and 2014-15 (46).
Business core courses will be offered every term. Major courses listed below may not be offered every term. This information is provided for planning purposes and is subject to revision each term prior to registration.
Access the prerequisites map at http://business.wright.edu/curriculum/
|MIS 1150||Intro to Business Programming||F, S|
|MIS 2150||IS Applications Development||F, S||MIS 1150|
|MIS 3150||Data and Information Management||F, S||MIS 1150, MIS 3000|
|MIS 3250||Analysis and Design of Information Systems||F, S||MIS 3000|
|MIS 4250||Information Technology Infrastructures||F, S||MIS 3000|
|MIS 4500||Business Processes & Enterprise Systems*||F, S||MIS 3250|
|MIS 4950||IS Project Management and Development**||F, S||MIS 3150, 3250|
6 Hours (Choose two of the following)
|MIS 3450||Web Application Development||MIS 3000|
|MIS 3650||Automating Business Processes with RFID|
|MIS 3840||Data Visualization||F|
|MIS 4300||Business Analytics||S||MIS 3000|
|MIS 4400||Information Systems Strategy, Management, and Acquisition|
Geographic Information Systems
|MIS 4700||Data Science for Business Applications||R||MIS 3000|
Special Topics in MIS, such as IS Security
|MIS 4810||Internship in MIS***||MIS 3000|
|SCM 4250||Supply Chain Information Management||F, S|
F = Fall
S = Spring
R = Summer
* MIS 4500 is Integrated Writing.
** MIS 4950 must be taken at the end of the MIS program. Department permission is required and prerequisites will be checked. Contact the ISSCM department, 251 Rike Hall, (937) 775-2895, one year prior to the semester you will graduate to put your name on the list for that semester.
*** Contact the ISSCM department, 251 Rike Hall, (937) 775-2895, for information regarding internships.