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Management Information Systems
Bachelor of Science degree completion program

The Northwest Difference

The Management Information Systems (MIS) major is an interdisciplinary program designed for individuals interested in business and who enjoy technological opportunities. Northwest focus on three core areas: system analysis, system design and project management that prepares students to take leadership roles focused on teamwork, customer service and data analysis.

Students gain knowledge of business, software development and management skills with computing and business professionals.

Benefits of Northwest-Kansas City

  • Complete classes in seven weeks.
  • Earn your degree as quickly and conveniently as possible while receiving a quality education.
  • An associate degree will waive general education courses. Exceptions may apply.

Career Opportunities in Management Information Systems

Management Information Systems graduates have found employment in the companies and positions below.

Job Titles Examples of Employers
  • Consultant
  • Data analyst
  • Financial analyst
  • Software engineer
  • Software support engineer
  • Solution development engineer
  • System support specialist
  • AgriVision Equipment Group
  • American Century
  • Cerner
  • Federal Reserve Bank
  • Garmin

Study Abroad

Study Abroad

Study Abroad is an opportunity for students to apply hands-on international experience to their own academic development. Faculty members supervise short-term study abroad programs that prepare students before, during and after the program. Two types of study abroad programs are available – faculty-led and traditional study abroad.

The traditional program may be a semester, summer or year-long program and is taught by Northwest’s international partner institutions.

For more information about study abroad opportunities »

About Northwest-Kansas City

Northwest-Kansas City is designed to attract students from the Kansas City metropolitan region. Faculty and staff are here to help you complete your degree and begin your career. 

Through internships and hands-on experiences, faculty provide the tools and expertise to ensure you are career ready on day one.

Paying for your degree

We know that paying for college can be challenging. Visit the Office of Financial Assistance to learn about nearly $25 million in scholarships and grants awarded annually.

Don’t forget, Northwest’s  textbook and laptop rental programs will save you nearly $1,800 per year.

Want to earn in-state rates?

The Bearcat Advantage provides out-of-state students the opportunity to earn in-state tuition rates. This alone will save you more than $7,500.