Management Information Systems (MIS) is a discipline that integrates tools and methods of business administration and technological systems and applications to achieve organizations’ objectives and expansion. MIS combines between management, information technology and computer systems with a view to developing information systems for upgrading organizations’ performance, streamlining complex administrative processes and providing high-value information.
The department has an integrated study plan that consists of 132 credit hour. The study plan includes courses in information technology and business administration to prepare graduates who can develop and manage information systems. In addition to theoretical courses that are taught in English, department’s students are trained on using technological systems and applications at modern computer laboratories.
MIS-specialized student can work as systems analyst, information systems designer, databases designer and developer, websites developer, online business development officer...etc.
The department has teaching staff with high qualifications and deep experience. The teaching staff work as a team to achieve exceptional performance.
The department achieved distinctive results in the university competency test organized by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. The department ranked first to private universities in 2007 spring session and achieved average above the national average in 2007 autumn session.