Certificate in Management Information Systems

Minor/Certificate in Management Information Systems

Earn your minor or certificate in Management Information Systems (MIS) from Black Hills State University. The MIS program combines business theory and technology instruction to prepare students for careers using computer systems to solve business problems. A minor or certificate can help open the door to advance your career.

Minor Requirements

  • MIS Electives - 6 semester hours (except MIS-105)
  • MIS 152 - Programming for the Web
  • MIS 205 - Advanced Computer Applications
  • MIS 325 - Management Information Systems
  • MIS 332 - Structured System Analysis & Design

Certificate Requirements

  • MIS 152 - Programming for the Web - 3 semester hours
  • MIS 205 - Advanced Computer Applications - 3 semester hours
  • MIS 225 - Data Management - 3 semester hours
  • MIS 332 - Structured System Analysis & Design - 3 semester hours

Student Organizations

Enactus

Enactus is an international community of student leaders whouse entrepreneurial action to solve problems and improve the world. Past projects by the BHSU team have included helping youth, the elderly, and the disabled.

Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma Sigma is the international honor society for AACSB accredited schools of business, whose mission is to encourage and honor academic excellence, to foster personal and professional excellence, and to advance the values of the Society. The top 10% of junior and senior business majors are invited to join this prestigious organization.

Travel and Tourism Club

The mission of the Travel and Tourism Club is to focus on exploring the tourism industry through trips around the Black Hills region and beyond. Other opportunities include job shadowing, guest speakers, and networking with professionals in tourism fields.

Jackets Investment Club

The Jackets Investment Club seeks to provide all students an opportunity to learn more about investing. The purpose of the club is to give members the opportunity to learn and practice new investment tools. Using real-world applications, students will strengthen their knowledge of economics, markets, and finance.

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