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The Hutton School of Business at the University of the Cumberlands is an Educational Member of the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), and has affirmed its commitment to excellence in business education.

The Hutton School of Business (HSB) offers majors and minors in management information systems (MIS), as well as accounting and business administration.

A recent government study reports a great demand for men and women skilled in operating, processing, and analyzing systems in electronic data processing, and starting salaries and fringe benefits in these fields are generous.

Cumberlands’ MIS program emphasizes programming, systems analysis and computer networking as they relate to the current business environment. A blend of business administration and computer science courses, the major is current and flexible and will prepare you for employment options in either business or information systems. You may also earn from three to fifteen credit hours and gain practical work experience through corporate internships.

As an MIS major, you will find a healthy and challenging learning environment to develop your unique interests and talents and prepare you for a position of leadership in the 21st century global market place.


What Can I Do With This Degree?

An Information Systems degree from the Hutton School of Business prepares graduates for a wide range of careers such as programmers, systems analysts, web designers and developers, information systems managers, computer support technicians, and database administrators.


Contact Us

hsb [at] ucumberlands [dot] edu (Email)
Phone: (606) 539-4254


Top Ten Reasons to Choose UC

one Small classes with faculty who are dedicated to student success.
two Challenging academic program that prepares students for a variety of positions within the accounting profession.
three State of the art computer lab and classrooms.
four MIS major combines both information systems and business to afford more marketable skills.
five Instruction by Hutton School of Business faculty who practice what they teach.
six Interaction with faculty who through their active involvement in the business community stay current with the rapid changes in their academic disciplines.
seven Participation in and attendance at the Business Forum for Young Professionals.
eight Participation in the bi-monthly HSB Speaker Series which affords students the opportunity to hear and meet business professionals in an informal setting.
nine Eligibility for participation in the Rollins Internship, a partnership with the Rollins Corporation in Atlanta, Georgia.
ten Participation in Sigma Beta Delta, international business honor society