Minor in Global Enterprise Technology
Use computers to solve business problems.

From credit card transactions to ticket reservations, we rely on global enterprise technology (GET) systems to power today’s major global companies. These systems are large and complex, often requiring a level of understanding that few graduates have mastered.

Gain an advantage in the job market and join the many graduates with GET minors currently working in successful global companies in the financial, healthcare, insurance and entertainment fields.

With the GET minor, you’ll learn:

  • How to solve technology challenges in a large, complex and globally distributed environment
  • How to scale solutions and exponentially in a global environment
  • How to communicate effectively with team members across regions and time zones
  • How to solve the challenges of processing millions of critical transactions each day

Program Highlights

All Majors May Apply

Students from any college or major can be accepted into the GET program, and information technology experience is not required. You’ll be introduced to large-scale computer systems across various industries, giving you the opportunity to build your skillset in real-world contexts.

Global Enterprise Technology (GET) Immersion Internship

The Global Enterprise Technology (GET) Immersion Internship experience is an innovative, extended 6-month paid work experience. You’ll develop management, critical thinking and communications skills – skills necessary for success in a global work environment. And you earn 12-15 credits.

Program Requirements

You must earn a grade of C or better in 18 of the 21 credits, and an overall average of C or better for all seven courses in the minor.

All courses 3 credits unless stated otherwise.

Prerequisite: MISY 160 Business Computing: Tools and Concepts (or equivalent course), or APEC 135 Introduction to Data Analysis.

Courses (21 Credits)
MISY 261 – Business Information Systems
MISY 427 – Management of Information Systems
MISY 330/CISC 437 – Database Design and Implementation or Database Systems
MISY 430/CISC 475 – Systems Analysis and Implementation or Advance Software Engineering

Choose three of the following electives:
(See the program advisor for more information about additional approved GET elective courses.)

MISY 380 – Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
ACCT 425 – Strategic Information Systems and Accounting
MISY/CPEG 465 – Introduction to Cybersecurity
MISY 305 – Information Security and Risk

Admissions Information

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