Is a MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS degree worth it? .com/watch?v=EMGvP6hav_U

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17 thoughts on “Is a MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS degree worth it?

  1. Has anyone gotten an MBA in MIS? Wondering how well that plays out. I have a Bachelors in Business Management and was looking towards an MBA in MIS degree. Any input?

  2. Thank you Shane, I have been following your videos for advice and finally decided myself for Management Information Systems. I hope I made the good call. Very nice content :)

  3. Will this degree or just even an IT degree and not mis get you a career in tech working as sort of a project manager of sorts?

  4. I’m currently a freshman majoring in entrepreneurship but i am interested because it would probably be more helping for entrepreneurship I don’t everything about technology, do you think this major would be hard

  5. Would a degree in management information systems help explore avenues in academic research and be helpful while looking out for research positions in various labs(As research assistants) or would a master’s in Computer Science be more suited in case one also wants academic research to be a potential avenue one can take down the road?

  6. Currently a freshman in college rn. only been here for a month but i’m pretty sure i’m gonna declare this as my major. Seems like many opportunities can come from this degree

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