Technology is Becoming the Core to Every Business. Many leading companies in the world today all have one thing in common, which is knowing how to acquire advantage of technology. Among millionaires and billionaires around the world, there are many young people in their 20s and 30s. A lot of new technology-related jobs are emerging, replacing traditional jobs. E-learning, online shopping, and working from home are increasingly familiar. What will the labor market look like in five to ten years? What does it take to adapt quickly and create a global competitive edge?
The Management Information Systems (MIS) Program emphasizes the understanding of sound business practices using today’s technology. Students gain expertise in system analysis and design, database and knowledge management, telecommunications and networking, information resource management, business applications development, project management, and organizational learning.
The MIS curriculum is referenced to advanced programs worldwide with a 4-year training period. The major blocks of knowledge include the foundations of information systems, the foundations of business administration, and the application of technology to businesses.
MIS core courses
- Introduction to Management Information Systems
- Introduction to Database
- Business Application Programming
- Fundamentals of Database Management Systems
- Information Systems Analysis & Design
- Using and Managing Information Systems
- Business System Analysis
- Enterprise Resource Planning
- Business Intelligence and Big Data Analytics
- Software Testing & Quality Assurance
- Information Systems Project Management
- Strategic development of business information systems
MIS graduates will find career opportunities wherever computers are used in business, industry and government.
Here are a few examples:
- Business Analyst
- Business Intelligence Analyst
- IT Development Project Leader
- Database Analyst
- Software Trainer
- IT Consultant
- Business Application Developer
- Database Administrator
The MIS differential at Hoa Sen University
The openness and respect for differences, especially from a team of dedicated and experienced lecturers, have helped MIS students to dare to express their qualities, build logical thinking, and ability to self-learning to adapt to the constant changes in the business of the enterprise.
Experiential learning activities such as bringing experts together through seminars, taking part in competitions, and visiting companies are always targeted. In particular, participation in real projects during the graduation internship has largely helped MIS students gain experience and get a job before graduation.
Furthermore, studying many specialty subjects entirely in English helps MIS students better integrate into the multicultural and multinational business environment. 100% of students are employed after graduation in many large corporations and multinational companies such as Vingroup, AIA, Kimberly Clark, DXC, Harvey Nash Vietnam, Vietnam Works…