The field of management information systems involves applying computer technology, quantitative techniques and administrative skills to the information processing requirements of organizations. MIS combines computer technology with management decision-making methods to analyze, design, implement and manage computerized information systems in an organizational environment. A bachelor's degree is generally adequate for entry-level jobs; graduate training is necessary for research and teaching positions. The undergraduate MIS program at the Eller College has placed in the top five nationally in U.S. News & World Report since the rankings' inception in 1989. Currently the MIS program ranks #3; #1 among public programs.


  • Top 5 ranked program since 1989
  • Dedicated student clubs and activities, such as HackArizona, MISA and the Zipperman Scholars program
  • Our students get jobs in aerospace, healthcare, cybersecurity and financial services
  • Electives in ethics, healthcare, supply chain and data analytics


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