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Department of Management Information Systems

Management Information Systems

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

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Why Business?

At West Virginia University's John Chambers College of Business and Economics we're doing things differently. Take the first step today to transform your future. We will help you get to where you want to be in the business world. Join today and be a part of our story.

Are you computer and technology-savvy? Do you enjoy solving puzzles?

Our Management Information Systems (MIS) program may be the best fit for you. Technology is critical in how today’s organizations conduct business. MIS professionals use technology to solve problems for organizations.

From systems analysis and design to networking and database management, we provide you with the tools you need to analyze business problems, as well as build and maintain computer applications for solving these problems.


Founded in 2019, DataDrivenWV is an outreach center within the Department of Management Information Systems. Our network of experiential learners consists of purpose-driven WVU undergraduate and graduate students from various fields of study. Under the guidance of WVU faculty and staff, these experiential learners work with our partners to produce data driven solutions to real-world problems. DataDrivenWV has expanded to coordinate experiential learning projects, advise the state on data related matters, and provide on-demand analytic and technical services to organizations of all sizes.


of MIS students have successfully found a job, started a business, joined the military or continued their education after graduation.

  • Minors are available in Business Data Analytics and Business Cybersecurity

  • Our MIS curriculum follows standards set by the Association for Information Systems (AIS)

  • You will use SQL to build and work with databases

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