MIS注重Data mining 在business中的应用。
1.What is MIS?
The Study of People, Technology, and Organizations
If youenjoy technology like iPhones, iPods, and Facebook, you have what it takes to major in information systems. All you need is an interest in technology and the desire to use technology to improve people's lives. Many people think that MIS is all programming. However, programming is just a small part of our curriculum and there are many, many jobs in MIS where you do not program.
Everyone who works in business, from someone who pays the bills to the person who hires and fires, uses information systems. For example, a supermarket could use a computer database to keep track of which products sell best. And a music store could use a database to sell CDs over the Internet.
Information isn’t worth much if it doesn’t serve a purpose. MIS students learn
how businesses use information to improve the company’s operations. Students also learn how to manage various information systems so that they best serve the needs of managers,taff and customers.MIS students learn how to create systems
for finding and storing data and they learn about computer databases, networks,
computer security, and lots more
2.What is the difference between CS and MIS?
3.What jobs do MIS graduates go into?
As you can probably already tell, MIS is an integrative field. MIS professionals are the "communication bridge" between business needs and technology.This means that you will have to understand how to figure out how things work, solve problems, find things out, communicate what you found, and learn a lot of new things on a regular basis. It's a dynamic field, and it takes dynamic people to do well in it. People who can think fast, work hard, and balance a lot of things should really think about MIS. Here's only a sample of the kinds of MIS jobs.
•Business Application Developer
•IT Development Project Leader
•Business Intelligence Analyst