Management Information Systems Certificate Program

The certificate program in management information systems (MIS) is designed for two groups of individuals. First, it can prepare individuals without a college degree for entry-level positions in data processing and management information systems (i.e. positions that do not require an undergraduate degree in MIS). Second, the program is designed to help persons with degrees in areas other than MIS enhance their information systems skills.

Those admitted to this program must either hold a bachelor's degree or have sufficient course work for junior standing at The University of Tulsa. Certification requires that students complete 18 hours of approved course work in management information systems (in addition to any prerequisites) with a minimum of 2.0 grade point average.

Although no electives are required for a certificate, students are encouraged to take additional courses from the list of Elective Courses below.  Students must fulfill course corequisites and prerequisites.

Note: MIS 1123 and MIS 3003, requried of all business majors, are prerequisites for many of the required and elective courses.

If you have any questions or if you would like additional information regarding our undergraduate programs, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Programs at (918) 631-2214