Business Administration with a Minor in Management Information Systems

Scholarships available for those who qualify

Program Description

Students learn to recognize and analyze business problems and opportunities, propose solutions based on information systems for decision-making, implement system development methodologies, as well as participate and lead project or business management.

Participants in this program will also develop specific skills in their field of interest and will receive certificates endorsed by the University, which will be an element of high value in the training and professional performance of the participant.

Program Objective

This program is focused and designed for graduates to implement the best practices in cyber security of data and databases, keeping the company’s information and files secure, implementing efficient risk management as well as in-depth analysis of the organization’s document management systems.


General education requirements:

  • Introduction to Calculus
  • Introduction to statistics
  • History of Art
  • English Composition
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Oral and written communications abilities
  • General Biology
  • Western Civilizations
  • Equality & Inequality
  • Environmental Sciences



Professional Courses:

  • Introduction to Information Systems
  • Statistics for Business and Economics
  • Business Innovation Management
  • Business Process Analysis
  • Integrated business applications
  • Analysis and design of systems
  • Management of relational databases
  • Business Data Management
  • Management information security
  • Management support systems
  • Project management
  • Organization and management
  • Operation management
  • Strategic Management
  • Professional ethics
  • Design and innovation of digital business
  • Accounting for planning and control
  • Introduction to Information Technology
  • Legal environment of Business
  • Computational mathematics
  • IT Engineering
  • Cost analysis and applications
  • Discrete mathematics
  • Financial markets
  • Foreign trade
  • Investments
  • International organizations
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Marketing communications
  • Marketing and Society

Honorable Mentions

  • Cum laude: graduation with an average between 3.2 to 3.49
  • Magna cum laude: graduation with an outstanding average between 3.5 to 3.79
  • Summa cum laude: Also known as “with the highest honors”, it is applied to those who obtain an average higher than 3.8

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Miami Business Technological University (MBTU) offers scholarship programs designed to encourage the personal and professional growth of our students. These grants apply to all of our programs, both undergraduate and graduate, and are based on three criteria:

  1. Academic excellence achieved in previous studies.
  2. Proven excellence in cultural activities.
  3. Based on financial need.

Student Responsibilities:

  • Be formally admitted to one of our programs.
  • Complete and sign the corresponding Scholarship Application Form.
  • Submit an essay (double spaced, with a maximum of two pages), indicating the need for the scholarship and the educational and professional goals of the student.
  • Submit a letter of recommendation from a former teacher, employer, or professional acquaintance, who can express a strong vote of support and highlight the student’s academic and personal strengths that will support your scholarship application.
  • For our graduate programs, two letters of recommendation must be submitted: one from a former professor and one from a previous or current employer (direct manager). These letters must clearly refer to the applicants’ leadership skills and qualities. Referees must not have family ties to the student.

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