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What classes would I have to take if I want to major in Management system?

I plan to major in business and I'd like to know what my class schedule will look like. #e-business

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Melida’s Answer

Surprisingly enough, (or at least it was to me) but it was Communications courses. It will make you aware of your audience, learn how to take queues from your audience so that you can quickly adapt and change your style of delivery when you are delivering a presentation. By being able to pick up on these queues, you will be able to successfully be able to turn your question/answer session into a more meaningful discussion. You want the attendees to walk away with a little more insight and feel good about it, especially when they feel that even though it may have been a presentation to several attendees, that you spoke directly to their needs.

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sarah’s Answer

Depending on the school that you choose to take your classes from, the schedules will vary. However, there are some fundamental courses that virtually every management of Information Systems (MIS) student takes. These are classes in computer science, marketing and management. You might also take classes in programming and code development depending on what options are presented by the school. For the real-world application, consider taking courses in systems security, networking and web development so that you can get knowledge that can translate into a career path. Alternatively, if you are not interested in coding, there are classes in project management that you can take as well. The bottom line is to find an area that interests you and follow that path. Once you enroll in college, find some internship opportunities so that you can apply what you are learning in a real-world setting and increase your chances of employment post graduation. All the best.
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Kat’s Answer

I would suggest applying to the business school and majoring in supply chain management or logistics. At my university, the business school has several majors to choose from. They are Supply Chain Management, Accounting, Marketing, Management, Finance, Information Technology and Energy Commerce.
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