Management Info Systems

In an era when everything is computerized – from medical records to employee payrolls – most business and industry require the assistance of a professional trained in the management of information systems.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has indicated an 18 percent growth rate for jobs in this field over the next decade. The rapid increase in the need for trained professionals is being directly attributed to the rate at which businesses and government agencies are relying on technology systems in order to conduct their everyday operations.

A bachelor’s degree in information systems management is required for most jobs in the industry. The average annual salary for information systems managers is $72,000. Candidates who possess a master’s degree or have several years of experience in addition to their education can expect to earn more than $150,000 annually.

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