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Management Information Systems Minor

Management Information Systems Minor: Barney Students 12 Credits

Required Courses:

Three additional electives from the following courses:

  • MIS 441 Data Comm., Networks and Connectivity
  • MIS 442 Database Modeling and Management
  • MIS 490 Special Topics in Information Systems
  • CS 111 Programming Foundations
  • CS 175 Introduction to Internet Programming
  • MWD 210 Developing Dyanmic Internet Documents
  • Any other IS/IT course approved by MIS faculty

Management Information Systems Minor: Non-Barney Students 15 Credits

Required Courses:

  • MIS 211 Introduction to Management Information Systems
  • MGT 310 Managing Organizational Behavior
  • MIS 350 Information Systems Analysis and Design

Any Two of the following three:

  • MIS 441 Data Comm., Networks and Connectivity
  • MIS 442 Database Modeling and Management
  • One approved Marketing or Management elective

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Jerry Katrichis, katrichis@hartford.edu Associate Professor / Department Chair

Professors of Management Information Systems

Dr. Eugene Kim, ekim@hartford.edu Associate Professor of MIS
Dr. Ralph Reilly, rreilly@hartford.edu Assistant Professor of MIS
Michael Bzullak, bzullak@hartford.edu Lecturer in MIS

The Management Information Systems Society

MIS Association is a platform for the exchange of new ideas in the rapid and ever changing field of information technology. The club also has speakers and fund raising activities.

Website Resources

The First Society in Computing:www.acm.org
Decisions Sciences Institute:www.decisionsciences.org
CIO Magazine: www.cio.com

Earned Excellence

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Accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB-International) represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. Institutions that earn accreditation confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review. It is the hallmark of excellence in management education.


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