An integration of information systems and business cultures
The master of management information systems (MMIS), offered in Wichita and online, is a professional degree that integrates information systems and business cultures. During their program of study, students focus on the strategic role information systems plays in a business organization. With emphasis on current research activities in the field of information systems, the MMIS degree offers current topical studies that better prepare students for employment in the field. You can finish your degree in as little as one year.
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Real-world knowledge. Supportive learning.
The MMIS program supports both traditional and emerging career opportunities in information systems. Management of information is core to virtually all sizes and types of organizations and industries, thus a management information systems master’s degree expands job opportunities for program graduates.
Long Term Success
First offered in 1990, the MMIS degree program attracts a diverse group of students from a wide range of educational backgrounds, professional experiences and interests.
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A continual curriculum review process maintains topical alignment with professional organizations and industry needs. For example, Friends University is an Annual Sponsor of the Project Management Institute Wichita Chapter. The Project Management Institute Wichita Chapter vision is to empower project management practitioners to achieve their full potential and success. PMI Wichita advances the project management profession by offering professional development opportunities, certification exam prep classes, professional speaking opportunities and more! Chapter meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month at 5:30 pm in locations around the Wichita area. For a complete event calendar and more information, please visit pmiwichita.org.
- Research, evaluate, recommend and select current and emerging technologies and advise organizations on their application.
- Demonstrate proficiency in collaborative management of IT projects.
- Demonstrate the ability to identify and document stakeholder business needs and manage the analysis, design, and technical aspects of IT projects to meet those needs.