MISManagement Information Systems (MIS), General
Putting the 21st Century Business Essentials Skills to Work

The objective of Management Information Systems (MIS), General: Putting the 21st Century Business Essentials Skills to Work will prepare students for a career in human resources or administrative professional management. The program is designed to expand students' existing knowledge of Microsoft Office, QuickBooks and Google Fundamentals and, upon completion, will provide Microsoft Office Specialist and QuickBooks certifications. These two certifications are the foundations for success needed in today's global business environment.

 The modular curriculum design provides consistency, interactive activity, critical thinking skills and practical application of the material covered. The successful completion of the five modules of: (1) Career Readiness and Digital Literacy; (2) Computer Applications; (3) Business Fundamentals; (4) Google Fundamentals, and (5) Google Applied Digital Skills, support access to a wide range of gainful employment opportunities.

 In addition to the teacher-directed, web-based instruction, students will take part in the Work Based Activity (WBA) internship program up to four days a week. This ideal opportunity has the potential to seamlessly transition students into full-time career placement. The course is offered as a full-time day program and corresponds with the schedule of most traditional school calendars.
Program Hours: 600 (approximately 6 months) **

Note: Cost of textbooks and earned certification are not included.

*Federal aid and government grants available to those who qualify.

**Program length does not include holidays, school closings, etc.