Management Information Systems

Nowhere do business and technology more clearly intersect than within WPI's Management Information Systems (MIS) program. MIS professionals 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.

Sample Companies that have Hired WPI Management Information Systems Graduates


Sample Graduate Schools

Average Starting Salary:
$70,483 (2020)
Learn more about Management Information Systems at WPI.
Sample Job Titles:
Financial Markets Analyst
Learning Designer
Test Engineer
Sample Major Qualifying Projects:
Pavement Management Applications in Central Massachusetts
Visual Management Implementation at Primetals Technologies
Integrated Supply Chain and Inventory Management System at Raytheon
Washburn Shops Lab Management System
Diagnosing Robotic Swarms
Remy: AR Assisted Cooking

Program Tracking Sheets

The Program Tracking Sheets help WPI students to plan and track progress toward their degree. Academic Advising has created tracking sheets for each major and graduation year.

Career Outcomes & Salary Data

The Career Development Center (CDC) has compiled a list of resources to help you learn about salary expectations and companies that have hired recent graduates, including the Post-Graduation Report for WPI's most recent graduating class.