Students get together for the 2011 UNIBusiness Graduation Celebration.
Students from Six Sigma study abroad class visiting Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.
Professor Ratchford providing assistance to students in Intro to Information Systems.
Management Department Secretary, Karen Hansen, is always willing to help. Stop in and talk with her or click here to fill out our online form.
Students in Management Information Systems Projects learning the importance of following directions.
Students visiting the Cliffs of Moher on the coast of Ireland while they studied abroad to earn their Six Sigma Green Belt certification.
Professor of Management, Dan Bumblauskas, led a group of UNIBusiness students to Ireland in the summer of 2015 to help them earn Six Sigma Green Belt certification.

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With four different emphasis areas, you can focus on an aspect of management that most interests you: Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Supply Chain and Operations Management or Organizational Leadership.

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Accounting and Management Information Systems majors are the two most prestigious majors in College of Business. I am glad that I chose these majors because they have allowed me to gain significant knowledge, which do not only develop me as a person, but also granted me an advantage in transitioning to the so called ‘real world’. Accounting is a solid field, in which the demand for the profession will not go anywhere. Additionally, the use of technology in accounting has also been increasing, meaning that one has to understand of how to utilize information technology and information systems to excel in the accounting profession. Having had the exposure to both areas, I feel that I have gained the competitive advantage. Especially for Management Information Systems, the emphasis of hands-on experience for students have given me the advantage to excel in real world. For example, the Information System Development Project course has given me the learning curve to not only build a website, but also on how deal with clients, which is something I expect to happen in real life. The professors for both MIS and Accounting majors are very helpful as well. They are willing to answer my questions and they had helped me in learning the material in class. Of course, I also have the responsibility to learn and discipline myself.”
Clinton Au JongIT Attestation Associate, Accounting , Management Information Systems, December 2015KPMGDes Moines