Baylor University Professor of the Game – September 21, 2013

Jim (Dr. Mo) Moshinskie receives a gold-lettered football during the second quarter of the triumphant Baylor win Saturday, September 21, 2013, as the official Gladstone Professor of the Game. The Baylor Bears went on to a 70-7 victory over ULM, and many of Dr. Mo’s present and past students played in the game.   Dr, Mo has been on the Baylor faculty for 20 years in the Management Information Systems Department, and teaches MIS 1305 Introduction to Information Management Technologies. Dr. Mo is pictured with Bart Byrd, far left, Director of Baylor Athletics Academic Services and his two assistants, Aaron Tebow and Deedee Campbell.



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MIS graduates earn the best starting pay

MIS graduates earn great pay!

A degree in Information Systems (IS) from Baylor University will prepare you for a career in a dynamic, job growth area. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (2006-2007) lists IS as one of the fastest growing and best paying jobs between now and 2014 — “Employment of computer and IS managers is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through the year 2014 and job opportunities will be best for applicants with an MIS degree and strong communication and administrative skills.”

Information systems is the study of people, technology, and organizations. If you like new technology like I-Phones, I-Pods, and FaceBook, you have what it takes to major in information systems. All you need is an interest in technology and the desire to use technology to improve people’s lives. Many people think that MIS is all programming. However, programming is just a small part of our curriculum and there are many jobs in IS where you do not program.

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