History: l Department of Electronic Data Processing (EDP) was founded in 1993. l It was alternatively named Department of Management Information System (MIS) in 1994. l The program was ranked “A” in an assessment survey by the Ministry of Education in 1999. l The university currently hosts a two-year college, a four-year college, and a junior college students.
Objectives: Students will have a thorough grounding in the key principles and practices of computing, and will have applied their software development skills and knowledge of foundational principles to the design and implementation of practical systems consisting of software and/or hardware components to meet customer requirements.
Faculties: MIS has 40 faculty members who teach and conduct research:1 professor, 7 associate professors, 6 assistant professors, and 26 professional instructors. 19 of the 26 instructors are currently earning Doctoral degrees.
Financial Assistances: Far East University offers numerous financial assistances for incoming freshmen and enrolled students: institutional aid, grants, scholarship, jobs, loans, and tuition exemption.
Degree Offered: Bachelor of Science in Management Information System; Master of Science
Career Opportunities for Students: MIS offers multiple programs, empowering students to gain the education that meets their career goals. The computer science degree combines a rigorous computing program with exposure to many different areas of business and general education. By the appropriate choice of technical electives, the student may specialize in one of the following fields: software systems, hardware-software systems, or information systems. Far East University is close to two Industrial Parks which provide versatile job opportunities: system development engineers, programmers, system analysts, web designers, multimedia designers, etc. MIS students at all levels in their education are encouraged to work on research in one of the many diverse areas of study. MIS graduates are encouraged to work at innovative corporations and research laboratories, as well as continuing their research and teaching at leading academic institutions.
Students will have a thorough grounding in the key principles and practices of computing, and will have applied their software development skills and knowledge of foundational principles to the design and implementation of practical systems consisting of software and/or hardware components to meet customer requirements.