Management Information Systems Programs
Business Cybersecurity Certificates
The Certificate in Business Cybersecurity Foundations requires 12 credit hours, which focuses on the development of a new or overhaul of existing cybersecurity structures in firms of all sizes. The emphasis is on developing a case for and the tools to launch a successful cybersecurity management strategy.
Business Cybersecurity Management
The Business Cybersecurity Management (CYBR) program can be completed in a 12-month or 24-month online format. You will sharpen your business cybersecurity skills through teamwork, professional communication, problem solving, and engagement with a real-world business cyber situation.
Business Cybersecurity Minor
Cybersecurity threats to businesses are real. If you are graduating with an Accounting, Finance, or event Global Supply Chain Management degree, this minor provides a deep understanding of cybersecurity in a business functional domain.
Business Data Analytics
Our Business Data Analytics (BUDA) program uses a hybrid online format with two required residencies. You will gain the ability to perform data analytics in order to enhance business decision-making and increase organizational value at any point in your career.
Business Data Analytics Certificates
The Certificate in Business Data Analysis requires 12 credit hours and the coursework is intended to prepare you to extract insights and knowledge from data. The courses in this certificate are focused on advanced analytical methods and visualizations to help you make the most of your data and communicate your findings.
Business Data Analytics Minor
If you’re majoring in global supply chain, marketing or accounting, this minor allows you to identify problems in areas such as sports management, healthcare research, or the investigation of solutions for societal issues.
Management Information Systems
Explore cutting-edge technologies with sound business management practices. From systems analysis and design to networking and database management, gain the tools you need to analyze business problems, as well as design, build and maintain computer applications for solving problems.
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Faculty and Student Spotlights
With a true passion in her multiple areas of study, Katherine Rexroad has been hooked on West Virginia University’s idea of thinking big since the beginning of her college career.
MIS AND ACCOUNTINGAbout Katherine
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Assistant ProfessorAbout Stephane
I knew that I wanted to be a business major, but there is such a variety of fields to choose from. Therefore, I struggled with what area to choose, and I am still learning more about what I want to do everyday! It has helped me to speak with my friends and professors about their opinions. My friends know me on a personal level, and my professors know how I perform in class. Therefore, they have been able to guide me and give me advice.
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Management Information Systems News and Events
Research and Other Departmental News
Student Profile: Katherine Rexroad
Student Profile: Frank Kerekes
New MIS professor wants to bridge gap between industry and research
Inaugural MISA Hackathon is true example of engaged learning
WVU welcomes Cris DeBord, vice president of talent and culture and MSIR alumnus
B&E’s Nazir is an engineer turned-MIS professor
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