Technology and Facilities
Advanced Tools and Technologies in the School of Business Administration
While the MIS program prepares its graduates for long-term career success by developing a sound base of theoretical knowledge about systems in organizations, the program also utilizes the latest tools and technologies to help ensure the successful launch of our students' careers. Because modern organizations demand the ability to hit the ground running, the MIS program extends its theoretical foundation by incorporating the following languages and software development tools/environments:
Microsoft Visual Studio.NET (C++, C#, Visual Basic)
Database: Oracle, MS Access, SQL Server
Operating Systems: Windows 7, 8.1, Unix
Other programming languages: C, Fortran, Cobol
The department is a participating member of the MSDN Academic Alliance. This strategic partnership with Microsoft allows all faculty members and students to install and use the latest development technologies.
The School of Business Administration is housed in a new state-of-the-art complex that features advanced instructional technology, a wireless network, and modern classroom facilities. The University is committed to innovative use of technology and is home to the Mississippi Center for Supercomputing Research which houses three supercomputers and one Linux cluster for the use of Mississippi students and researchers. The campus is connected by a 10 gigabit Ethernet backbone network and was ranked in the Yahoo! Internet Life listing of America's 100 most wired colleges for three consecutive years.