B.S. Management Information Systems


The management information systems program at Concordia University, Nebraska is a balanced program of business and computer science courses that prepares you for computer-related jobs within a business environment. Combined with a broad, liberal arts curriculum, you will learn to think critically, communicate effectively and solve problems, so that you can find the most success in your MIS career. 

When you earn your bachelor’s degree in management information systems at Concordia Nebraska, you will: 

  • Manage the data, software and hardware of the information systems used to process and retrieve internal business information. 
  • Apply computer technology knowledge, quantitative techniques and administrative skills to the information processing requirements of organizations. 
  • Learn to put technology to work for you and help people use information systems to become more effective and efficient. 

Management Information Systems Courses

120 credit hours
98% career outcome rate1
20:1 Student-to-faculty ratio
75% Faculty with terminal degree

BeHelp your organization achieve their strategic goals and operational objectives through information systems. 

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Program Highlights


Concordia’s innovative Dunklau Center for Science, Math and Business is home to the computer science and mathematics programs and includes experiential and collaborative learning spaces. The Dunklau Center features: 

  • Two computer science labs for hands-on learning with computer servers, circuits and more 
  • Dedicated project spaces for students to incubate their ideas 
  • Study spaces for large- and small-group collaboration 
  • Dell and Apple devices 
  • Docking stations with ultra-wide monitors for students to seamlessly convert their own laptops into powerful workstations 

You can also join Concordia’s programming team and become part of a community dedicated to becoming better programmers and software developers. You’ll have the opportunity to compete in national and international collegiate programming contests and competitions, as well as working on collaborative software development projects and developing and maintaining software systems. Get real-world coding experience that benefits the entire campus community! 


As experts in information systems, our faculty and instructors bring years of experience to the classroom. 

Meet the faculty

Meet our students

Garion Consier
Churdan, Iowa

I like to use technology in a way that serves a purpose. The MIS program sets up the framework to help understand how to use technology to be productive in the business world.


Concordia University, Nebraska is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. 

Degree Goals

A management information systems graduate from Concordia University, Nebraska will be able to:  

  • Develop a broad set of management and leadership skills necessary for successful achievement of organizational goals. 
  • Gain an understanding of advanced business and management concepts. 
  • Develop the skills and attitudes to make sound ethical decisions in the workplace. 
  • Research, investigate and develop solutions for information systems problems. 
  • Understand system administration in an organizational context. 


Computer Science and Mathematics Minors

  • Computer Science 
  • Cybersecurity 
  • Information Technology 
  • Mathematics 

Career Outcomes

Database Administrator 

  • Keep business’s confidential data safe, secure and well-managed. 
  • Install and configure database software and servers. 
  • Develop and implement backup and recovery plans. 
  • Create security models to keep data secure from viruses and attacks. 

Project Manager 

  • Organize, plan and execute projects for your company. 
  • Define project goals, communicate with stakeholders and see a project through to its closure. 
  • Assess risks and troubleshoot problems during the life of a project. 

Computer and Information Systems Manager 

  • Keep technical projects on schedule and under budget. 
  • Consult with business executives to determine the computer needs of the company. 
  • Manage the upgrade of information technology systems.  
  • Troubleshoot network problems and work with employees of the company to solve issues. 

Computer ProgrAMER 

  • Create software programs by writing code. 
  • Test the code to make sure it works optimally. 
  • Correct bugs in code. 


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