Management Information Systems (MIS)

As part of the Innovate High School program, Professor of Management Information Systems and ATG Missoula Faculty Fellow David Firth talks about the Future of Work and the impact of robots.


The Management Information Systems STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) curriculum prepares our students to engage in an organization's information resources, analyzing and maintaining the flow of information across the organization. Thereby effectively managing the acquisition and utilization of information technology, using both information and technology to enhance the organization's strategic advantage.

Information systems are a part of all organizational functions, including accounting, finance, marketing, operations, and human resource management. Employment opportunities are strong within the Information Systems field. Our MIS students are prepared for a variety of jobs, such as IT consultants, systems analysts, business analysts, programmers, database administrators, web developers, and network administrators.


College of Business: Student Spotlight-Nathan Anderson!