Center for the Management of Information Systems
The Center for the Management of Information Systems (CMIS) unifies students, faculty, and industry members under the banner of research and educational enhancement.
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We facilitate mutually beneficial partnerships with corporate members in an effort to provide educational opportunities, research support, and corporate access to students.
The CMIS engages an active corporate membership program that advances its objectives through coordination, participation, and sponsorship. The CMIS seeks to provide members with competitive advantages in their own interests through choice partnerships.
The CMIS recognizes the value in corporate partnerships and understands the critical role they play in the sustained growth of our students. Towards this end we formed the CMIS Advisory Board, with constituents dedicated to providing guidance to the center and the MIS curriculum.
Corporate advisory board membership offers exclusive opportunities to interact with current MIS and MS-MIS students. The program operates under a 3- tiered membership model; Exabyte, Petabyte, and Terabyte. Each level comes with its own unique combination of benefits. This model allows members to contribute to the program at a level that bests suits their interests.
Membership benefits include direct influence of educational programming and research endeavors, networking opportunities, priority access to student competitions, and more.
The CMIS Advisory Board networks with students and faculty during the annual programs offered year-round.
If you are interested in speaking to an MIS student class, please contact us at email@example.com.
CMIS provides a number of engagement opportunities such as competitions and retreats for students to connect with corporate members.
Mays Business School
For more information on Management Information Systems (MIS) and Supply Chain Management (SCM) academic programs, please email the Student Services office at INFOStudentservices@mays.tamu.edu or visit Wehner 330.