MIS is about more than managing technology. It's about finding business solutions.
Bethel’s online B.S. in Management Information Systems program prepares you to focus on the various business complexities found in management information systems. The program focuses on the business application of technology, unlike computer science, which centers primarily on technology. Learn to manage complex projects and gain practical experience to enhance your current role or prepare for a new career.
Our management information systems program will put you on the cutting edge of information technology industry trends while giving you the management skills needed to solve problems related to information security, software, hardware, data, and more.
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JAN 26 2017
6 p.m. CT Lundquist Community Life Center (CLC)
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MAY 9 2017
6 p.m. CT Lundquist Community Life Center (CLC)
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Contribute to Business Strategy
Organizations need business professionals who can interface with all corporate functions to solve problems related to information security, project management, the internet, data, software, and hardware. That’s why our MIS program contains a strong management focus. The program will enable you to broaden your understanding of how to contribute to more effective business strategies and practices through the synergy of technology, business, and project management. It will also put you on the cutting edge of information technology industry trends.
65K to 75K - median income of 5-year alumni-Bethel CAPS Alumni Survey
0% of recent graduates are employed- Bethel CAPS Alumni Survey
Professors are currently working in the various areas of MIS, allowing them to provide students with the most up-to-date knowledge and experiences about the field.
Many courses provide experiential learning opportunities where students can connect with experts in MIS and learn about career possibilities.
Professional, Legal, and Ethical Issues
You’ll explore professional standards and current legal and ethical issues in the field of MIS from a Christian worldview perspective.
Foundational skills most needed by employers are integrated into the degree such as writing, public speaking, creativity, ethics, teamwork, problem-solving, technology literacy, leadership, diversity, global awareness, experiential learning, planning, and organizing.
You’ll have the opportunity to explore and reflect on new career opportunities you’ll have when you complete your MIS degree through a variety of hands-on activities.
The sense of community within the PA program at Bethel is something I appreciate greatly. The teachers and students are all on the same team - we want to become the best people and medical providers we can be.Sarah Field '16
With an incredibly helpful and supportive faculty, and a great cohort of classmates, there is no other place I'd rather be preparing for a career as a Physician Assistant.Amanda Walters '16
Grad School: Bethel University
The faculty are not only incredible practitioners, they are also friends. They care about me, they care about my family, and they are preparing me with the best Physician Assistant education possible.Lisa Milbrandt '15
The Physician Assistant program at Bethel University has allowed me to grow as a student, future provider, and Christian. I appreciate the Christian perspective our professors use to show that all patients are of equal worth and dignity.Courtney Perpich '15
I have loved having a faith-based program. From the prayer before each test to the sincere caring attitudes of the faculty - it has been a great educational experience!Laura Bade '15
Our MIS degree provides the skills needed to manage complex projects, analyze complex data, and design business solutions for technology problems.
Learn how to:
- Apply ethical principles related to MIS
- Demonstrate systems thinking by applying MIS concepts
- Reflect on ways to integrate a faith perspective into work and life
- Demonstrate written and oral business communication skills
- Use digital software applications and tools to make data‑driven decisions
- Develop a managerial perspective on business opportunities and challenges in a global economy
- Use critical thinking to evaluate information needed to solve information system problems
Our graduates pursue several career options, including:
- Systems analyst
- Systems developer
- Business intelligence analyst
- Business systems analyst
- Computer center manager
- Sales representative
- IT consultant
- Help desk support
- Information security support
- Project manager
- Enterprise information management analyst