program education and objectives

The aims of Management Information Systems department;

The evolving technological trends in today's world have affected the field of business, and the needs for decision-making have arisen in making the processes effective and efficient. The use, management, and integration of these technological systems into business and processes have created a demand for a new field. The purpose of Management Information Systems is to develop qualified human resources in line with the demands in this field and to train researchers in the field that encompasses management and information.

Management Information Systems differentiate from Computer and Software Engineering by some characteristics. The focus of Management Information Systems is on organizations. Its primary task in organizations is to determine the business requirements for information systems, and its main objective is to make these processes more efficient and effective. In this sense, graduates of Management Information Systems should fundamentally possess problem-solving skills. Management Information Systems establishes a balance between theoretical and practical training in line with all these industry needs. As a result of the education received, individuals are diversified in various fields, such as analysts, designers, developers, and managers, in line with the needs of the industry.


The main goal of the Management Information Systems Department is to educate qualified graduates for work in both the private and public sectors. Our graduates can engage in entrepreneurship, consultancy, and managerial roles in businesses during their early career stages in the following areas:

PEO-1: Students will have the competence to develop information systems and industrial software applications.

PEO-2: Students will have knowledge in management and organization sufficient to manage information systems.

PEO-3: Students will be able to engage in data-based analysis, prediction, decision-making, and optimization and manage designing decision support systems and conducting theoretical and applied research and development activities.

PEO-4: Students will be able to take on significant roles in the execution of financial and organizational management processes, contributing to the enhancement of efficiency.

PEO-5: Students will be able to manage the adaptation processes of management information systems standards to industrial applications and systems.

PEO-6: Students will be able to establish their own companies in the manufacturing and service sectors, becoming confident entrepreneurs with a high level of information ethics awareness.

PEO-7: Students will be able to develop strategies for investments in personnel, equipment, and business processes for businesses.

PEO-8: Students will be able to possess expertise in various areas including enterprise resource planning, production planning, sales and marketing, customer relationship management, big data analytics, supply chain management, corporate information management, decision support systems, e-commerce, e-entrepreneurship, corporate intelligence management, and management support systems.