Coding in C: During my time as a computer science major before switching into MIS, i learned programming fundamentals in the language: C/C++. Along with programming fundamentals, I also learned how to write my own programs from scratch using the techniques that were taught to me.
Macroeconomic Principles: Macroeconomics taught me economic concepts, decision-making related to limited resources, and outcomes of economic decisions. This class is very beneficial for learning the outcomes of how specific decisions in business affect other factors of business.
Information Systems in Organizations: MIS 2101 is an important class that lays the groundwork for the rest of the classes in the department. This class taught me a-lot on how MIS changes an organization and how the efficient use of information can change the structure of a business.
Leadership and Organizational Management: This class is very important for demonstrating how efficient leadership practices can restructure the probability of how successful your business will be. It also shows the difference between being a manager and a leader, which can change how an organization runs.