Students who earn a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Management Information Systems benefit from participating in experiential learning opportunities, including:
- High impact learning programs: Mays Business School offers a wide variety of high impact learning opportunities such as study abroad and career-specific programs for undergraduate students. Students are encouraged to participate in as many of these programs as possible.
- Interning for organizations: Internships allow students to explore career interests and get real-world experience in a professional setting. Students who take part in internships also earn course credit hours. Potential internships may be identified through career fairs, the Mays career advisors, Business Information Technology Students (BITS), Women in IT, and the Center for the Management of Information Systems (CMIS).