Online Bachelor's in Management Information Systems

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Online Bachelor’s in Management Information Systems

As technological expertise is valued in more diverse and agile business settings, you can earn a bachelor’s in management information systems degree online that can help you join a growing field and compete for higher earnings. As an information systems manager or systems analyst, you can earn more than $93,730 based on 2020 median salaries.*

At Maryville, you can develop wide-ranging IT skills with business acumen to help you advance. 96% of our online bachelor’s students report positive career outcomes after graduating. Here’s why:

  • Connect to 100% online courses in network security, database administration, project management, and other disciplines that form your information systems major
  • Learn to speak the language of both technical and non-technical users
  • Choose from an internship or independent project to apply new skills in your area of interest
  • Get practical experience using industry tools and emerging technologies
  • Industry-focused curricula updated regularly to reflect changes in the professional landscape
  • Consult with supportive faculty members to connect the curriculum to your career goals
  • Explore career support options including virtual career fairs, online tutoring, access to LinkedIn Learning, resume writing, mock interviews, and more
  • Expedite your learning with our Early Access program, where you can take graduate-level courses that count toward your undergraduate and graduate degrees
  • Apply with no fees or entrance exams
  • Benefit from transfer credit friendly admission, and explore financial aid options

*Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics