Technology, Information Systems and Analytics Career Options

Technology, Information Systems and Analytics (TISA) combines statistics, management science, production/operations management and information systems. This program blends quantitative methods and analytical approaches to solving problems in all areas of business utilizing current technology.

What can I do with a Technology, Information Systems and Analytics Major?

Technology, Information Systems and Analytics (TISA) refers to the use of computer-based systems to gather and analyze complex information about all aspects of a business.

Roles you secure will depend on your strengths and interests within the TISA field. Coursework and internships will play an important role in determining your desired pathway and career goals within this industry.

Graduates of this program have secured positions in a wide range of industries and employers, both technical and non-technical in nature. From systems development and network technology administration to management and writing, there are many roles to explore and industries in which to make an impact.

Learn more about undergraduate and graduate technology, information systems and analytics programs offered at the Mike Ilitch School of Business.

Areas in technology information systems and analytics

Traditional Career Titles

Entry-Level Titles

Top Industries

  • Web Designer/Junior Database
  • Network Systems Administrator
  • Mobile and Digital IOS Programmer
  • Information Systems Manager
  • Computer Systems Manager
  • Search Marketing Specialist
  • Development
  • Junior Developer
  • Business Analyst
  • SEO Specialist
  • Data Analyst
  • IT Consultant
  • App Developer
  • Application Analyst
  • Computer Support Analyst
  • Software Specialist
  • Network Support Specialist
  • Software/IT Project Manager
  • Travel
  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • Manufacturing
  • Financial Services
  • Federal and State Government

Guide to internships and full-time employment

Career fair

Career fairs are held each year for all business school students and alumni. Take advantage of this opportunity to meet with employers for internships, co-op positions and full-time employment. Login to Handshake to search for upcoming career fairs and make an appointment with Career Planning and Placement for a resume review ahead of time!


  • Internships occur during the fall, winter and summer months. Students apply for internships throughout the year.
  • Recruiting for full-time employment typically occurs during the semester prior to a position's expected start date.
  • Browse the list of helpful resources on the back of this brochure, or apply directly on the company's website.

Quick prep tips

  1. Create your profile on Handshake.
  2. Submit your resume for review and approval on Handshake or schedule an appointment with a career advisor to review.
  3. Research potential internships and employers, apply for positions, and register for career fairs and other events.
  4. Meet with a career advisor for one-on-one guidance. Know your options! Research companies in accounting.
  5. Attend meet & greets, company presentations and career fair prep workshops, and mock interviews.
  6. Need help with professional attire? Make an appointment to check out the Mary Ann Goldsberry Professional Dress Closet located in Career Planning and Placement, Suite 299.

Helpful Resources