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About this course

The Benedictine M.S. in Management Information Systems program is centered on an interdisciplinary approach that meets the needs of organizations seeking an alignment between business goals and information technology. Students become technically proficient and able to address issues such as the creative application, effective management, and organizational and societal impacts of information technology by combining information technology coursework with coursework in one of several concentrations.

The program emphasizes practical application of various business management theories and technical tools to a variety of hypothetical and real-life problems. Students gain an appreciation of the complex challenges associated with the management of information technology through group interaction, comprehensive projects, case analysis, research and active participation in the sharing of individual experience. It is through these varied teaching methods that students are prepared to be leaders well into the 21st century