Lacy School of Business
Management Information Systems
Major | Minor
At its core, our Management Information Systems program is about helping people work smarter through technology. You will study the interaction of technology with people and business processes. Through hands-on experience both in the classroom and in real-world settings, you will gain an understanding of how businesses use technology to solve problems and create new business opportunities, as well as how to anticipate and utilize future technology.
Sample courses in this program include:
- MS370, Data Networks/Communication Systems
- MS372, Database Design
- MS374, Web Design & E-Commerce
- MS375, Systems Analysis & Design
- MS377, Health Care Information & Technology Management
- MS378, Data Analysis and Business Modeling
Please visit the Butler University Bulletin for more course information.
- Computer Science
- Data Science
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- Software Development
- Web Design and Development
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Graduate with four years of experience.
Through market-centric programming, deep business-to-education collaboration, and a dedicated career mentor, the Lacy School of Business (LSB) equips its students with the skills and knowledge to sharpen their competitive edge.
LSB not only requires that every student have two internships; we also help you secure them. All of our students start a business in their second year, and experiential opportunities are incorporated into business courses each semester.
The combination of a Butler education plus four years of real-world business experience and professional career mentoring is reflected in the success of our graduates, many of whom land positions right out of college that are intended for professionals with three or more years of work experience.