Computer information systems is the driving force of the economy in the Internet Age. The MBA concentration in information systems enables you to develop leadership and technical skills in designing, implementing, and managing computer information systems and networks for business and other organizations in the global environment.
With an information systems concentration you can find career-expanding opportunities such as e-commerce manager, data warehousing administrator, information security manager, Internet/intranet manager, network manager, chief information officer, chief security officer, and vice president of information technology in a wide range of companies and organizations operating in today's global economy.
According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook produced by the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, jobs in information systems are growing about 18 percent each year and the 2010 median pay, the wage at which half of the workers in this field earned, was about $115,000.
Learn more about all the courses you will take with a Ball State MBA concentration in information systems.
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