Students in the accelerated M.I.T.A. program will be given the option to substitute up to 6 undergraduate BAIT or MIS credits with 6 M.I.T.A. graduate credits, in selected M.I.T.A. courses in their senior year, and have them count toward their BAIT/MIS undergraduate degree as well as the M.I.T.A. degree. Subject to approval of the Department of Management Science and Information Systems chair and the M.I.T.A. program director, the 6 BAIT/MIS credits can come either from M.I.T.A. graduate electives, or a list of specific courses.
22:544:603 Business Data Management (M.I.T.A.) may replace 33:136:470 Business Data Management
(BAIT)/29:623:319 Database Management Systems for Business Applications (MIS)
22:544:641 Analytics for Business Intelligence (M.I.T.A.) may replace 33:136:494 Data Mining for Business
Intelligence (BAIT)/29:623:335 Data Warehousing and Data Mining (MIS)
Security (M.I.T.A.) may replace 33:136:471
Information System Security (BAIT)/29:623:345 Cyber Security (MIS)
22:544:605 Introduction to Software Development (M.I.T.A.) may replace 33:136:388 Foundations of Business
Programming (BAIT)/29:623:350 Structured Programming Applications (MIS)
Prospective students who meet the minimum qualifications need to complete the normal application process for the M.I.T.A. program. However, you will not need to pay the application fee, submit GRE/GMAT test scores, or submit reference letters. Once admitted, you are considered a student of the accelerated M.I.T.A. program.
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