At the intersection of business and technology, the WPI Management Information Systems (MIS) program in the Foisie Business School immerses students in projects and coursework that delve into business applications and advanced information technologies. You’ll be prepared to use computer technology to solve problems and meet the ever-changing needs of business, such as forecasting sales and analyzing trends, optimizing production, selecting and installing hardware and software, and presenting information in a way that managers can make the most effective use of it.



As a management information systems major, you’ll take courses in both management and computer science. You’ll complete basic introductory courses in math, calculus, statistics, science, and computer science as well as the Management core courses and six technical courses. 

Project-based Learning

Project-based Learning

WPI’s distinctive undergraduate education experience combines rigorous theory with hands-on application. Throughout your four years here, you’ll apply your knowledge in innovative ways to solve significant societal and business problems.

From the first year option to complete a Great Problems Seminar to a required senior capstone that can lead to a job offer, WPI students find that project work transforms the way they think and helps them to tackle most any challenge systematically.

WPI's Global Projects Program immerses students in communities as close as our home city of Worcester and at more than 40 other locations worldwide. Students work in teams with a faculty advisor and are accountable to a project sponsor on a specific problem that connects science or technology with social issues and human needs.

Management information systems majors are relied upon by project sponsors to apply their skills, methods, and knowledge to a variety of areas, including:

  • Business-to- business and consumer e-commerce applications
  • Design, development, and networking of database systems
  • Decision support systems
Student working side-by-side with locals at a project center

After Graduation