Top MIS Colleges

Find out what to look for in a good management information systems (MIS) program. Read about three top-ranked schools with MIS programs, and check their national rankings. Review the MIS degree programs you could pursue at each school. Schools offering Business Information Systems degrees can also be found in these popular choices.

What Should I Look For in an MIS College?

MIS (management information systems) refers to the technology used to solve business problems. When you're looking to enroll in an MIS degree program, you'll want to find schools that are ranked highly, particularly in your field of study. The faculty should have received recognition, such as published works or awards, and should be knowledgeable and experienced in MIS.

Find out what type of student services the school provides, including job assistance after college, career fairs, fellowships or grants. Learn all you can about job success rate of graduates and what type of jobs are available.

What are Three Top MIS Colleges?

University of Arizona in Tucson

The University of Arizona was tied for the ranking of number 4 in the country among schools offering undergraduate management information systems programs, according to U.S. News & World Report in 2015 (www.usnews.com). The MIS programs at the school are offered through the Eller College of Management, whose Master of Business Administration programs were ranked number 59 in the country by Forbes magazine in 2015. Many MIS faculty members have won regional and national awards for their dedication. In the MIS programs, you will have access to many student services through the University of Arizona, including job fairs, interview and resume assistance, job posting and assessment and more. Available MIS degrees include:

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, MIS major
  • Master of Science in MIS
  • Master of Science in MIS with an Entrepreneurship certificate
  • Master of Business Administration/Master of Science in MIS dual degree
  • Master of Business Administration with an MIS concentration
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Management with an MIS concentration

University of Minnesota Twin Cities in Minneapolis

University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management is home to the Management Information Systems Center, offering students various academic options. U.S. News & World Report ranked the undergraduate MIS program at the University of Minnesota number 3 in the nation in 2015. Program faculty are renowned for their research, their in-depth study of MIS and their publications in many academic journals, including IEEE Computer, Decision Support Systems, Information Technology Management and more. Students have the option of earning a minor or major in management information systems. The school offers the following degree:

  • Bachelor of Science in Business, MIS major

University of Texas in Austin

UT-Austin came in at number 52 on U.S. News & World Report's 2015 listing of national universities. The school also ranked number 5 for colleges offering undergraduate management information systems programs in that year. The McCombs School of Business features faculty that consist of assistant professors and experts that have had their research in the field ranked. Many of their articles have been featured in BusinessWeek, The New York Times, radio and television. Students enrolled in the MIS program are provided with career services throughout the program to assist with job skills and career help. Upon finishing the program, they can earn the following degree:

  • Bachelor of Business Administration in MIS

Other Top Schools with Management Information Systems Programs

College/University Institution Type Location
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Private, not-for-profit, 4-year Cambridge, MA
Carnegie Mellon University Private, not-for-profit, 4-year Pittsburgh, PA
New York University Private, not-for-profit, 4-year New York, NY
University of Pennsylvania Private, not-for-profit, 4-year Philadelphia, PA
Rockhurst University Private, not-for-profit, 4-year Kansas City, MO
Indiana University-Bloomington Public, 4-year Bloomington, IN
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Public, 4-year Ann Arbor, MI
University of California-Berkeley Public, 4-year Berkeley, CA
Georgia Institute of Technology Public, 4-year Atlanta, GA
Temple University Public, 4-year Philadelphia, PA

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