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MIS Minor

Program Description

The MIS Minor coursework is designed to give students a practical understanding of the information technology tools businesses use to achieve their goals and complete their operations. The minor is perfect for students who wish to know how technologies can be used in different areas of business, and how they can productively use information technologies at work, thereby increasing potential job opportunities in their chosen areas of study.   

General Requirements

Note: The requirements for a minor must be completed concurrently with the major degree requirements. No minor may be added by completing courses after receiving the bachelor's degree.

Minimum Total of 15 Hours and Meet Price College GPA requirements

Students must complete prerequisites for all courses. A minimum of 9 hours must be completed at OU.

No correspondence work may be taken to fulfill requirements. All courses with an MIS designator except the required basic business MIS course (MIS2113) will be calculated in the minor GPA. 

No single course may be used to satisfy a major requirement and a minor requirement. A course may be used, however, to satisfy both a major support requirement and a minor requirement.


Required Courses:

MIS 2113Computer-based Information Systems (3 Hours)

Minor Courses (12 Hours):

MIS 3213Business Data Analysis  
MIS 3353Databases
MIS 3383Electronic Business

Please choose one of the following courses:

MIS 3013Introduction to Programming
MIS 3363Business Infrastructure and Cyber Security
MIS 4433Project Management

For advising and information on this program, please contact undergraduate advisor, Ms. Ashlen Grob ( , 405-325-6021