The B.B.A. program in Management Information Systems provides students with a high-quality liberal arts based educational foundation so they can secure sentry-level junior/staff positions in local, regional, or national organizations or continue studies at the master's level. More information is available on-line using the tabs below. A printable program brochure is also available for download.
The department has supported numerous initiatives for the Management Information Systems degree. We have recently established partnerships with SAP and Greenway to bring industry's top Enterprise Systems into the classroom for hands-on use and development. Our MIS lab houses networking equipment used for the Telecommnications Management courses as well as state-of-the-art Linux server for the Information Systems Projects course. Our curriculum offers courses designed to prepare students for SQL, Enterprise, CompTIA A+, Network+. amd Security+ certifications. More information is available on-line using the tabs above. A printable program brochure is also available for download.
Method of Delivery
Partially online (approx 50%); students may be required to take exams on the Carrollton campus.
Credit & Transfer
Total semester hours required to earn a degree: 120
Maximum Hours Transferable into program:
Tuition & Fees
For the most up-to-date and accurate cost information, see the Bursar's Office website at http://www.westga.edu/bursar/.
- CISM 2335
- CISM 3340
- CISM 3350
- CISM 4310
- CISM 4330
- CISM 4350 or CISM 4355
- CISM 4390
- MGNT 4660
Addtional information about this program is available in the program brochure. Please refer to the program checklist for a complete summary all course requirements including core curriculum, electives, required and elective major courses. More information about this is available here in the online course catalog.
Description: This course introduces students to basic programming and web page design. Specific emphasis will be placed on introducing students to web development applications, content management systems, and programming languages.
Description: Application of development tools and languages (e.g., DBMS, Visual Basic, etc.) for business problem solving in a database environment.
Description: This course introduces students to basic research concepts. Additionally, students demonstrate their ability to recognize and understand emerging MIS-related technology.
Description: Develop knowledge for business systems analysis and design processes including familiarization with tools and techniques of SA/D and development of problem solving skills.
Description: An introduction to the concepts and practices of managing business telecommunications resources. This course examines the constituencies of telecommunications from three different perspectives: the client, the designer and the implementer. The focus of the course surrounds the role of the designer. This role involves the determination of telecommunications requirements from the client and translating these requirements to the implementer. Same as MGNT 4330.
Description: An introduction to the theoretical and practical issues related to enterprise and decision support systems. Will introduce students to the technologies involved in these systems and will examine the need to share, communicate, and manage organizational information for integration and decision making. Specific emphasis will be placed on using enterprise systems such as Greenway's PrimeSuite or SAP's enterprise system. Same as MGNT 4350.
Description: Students are expected to have a working knowledge of the current Windows operating systems platform, and the current Windows document and presentation software available during the term of the course within the College student labs. All students are required to have a UWG email account and access to a web browser for WebCT access. Students will be required to participate within an assigned student group. This course will teach students the fundamental steps and procedures to transform a traditional brick and mortar organization into a digital on-line business. Traditional business planning methodologies are examined and modified for web- based applications. Specifically, the topics of Transaction Processing Systems, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), order fulfillment, and product logistics are covered during the course.
Description: This course covers current and emerging topics in MIS. Projects will also be assigned to apply IS problem solving and management skills including IS planning, hardware and software evaluation, and resource allocation. Topics and projects will include both oral and written communication assignments. Prerequisites: CISM 3340 and CISM 4310.
Description: An integrative approach to the study of the total enterprise from the executive management's point of view--the environment in which it operates, the direction management intends to head, management's strategic plan and the task of implementing and executing the chosen strategy. Must be taken no earlier than one semester before graduation and provided completion of Core Area F business courses and MGNT 3600, MKTG 3803, FINC 3511 and ECON 3402. Must have senior standing.
This describes the general information about faculty for this program.
Guidelines for Admittance
Specific requirements associated with the following areas: Freshman Adult Learners Transfer International Home School Joint / Dual Enrollment Transient Auditor Post-Baccalaureate Non-Degree Seeking Readmission
Undergraduate Priority Deadlines
Fall Semester - June 1
Spring Semester - November 15
Summer Semester - May 15
Specific dates for Admissions (Undergraduate only), Financial Aid, Fee Payments, Registration, Start/End of term, Final Exams, etc. are available in THE SCOOP.
MIS 1: MIS majors will demonstrate a more comprehensive knowledge of MIS concepts and principles as compared to non-mis BBA majors as a whole.
MIS 2: MIS majors will be able to develop a working, dynamic website.
MIS 3: MIS majors will be able to design a relational database that is at least in Third Nominal Form (3NF).
MIS 4: MIS majors will utilize data flow diagrams to accurately depict the movement of data within systems.