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Gary Guion: The Universityof Texas at Austin McCombsSchool of Business’Management InformationSystems Program
For over a decade, Gary Guion has performedas the managing partner with GGFH Holdings,Inc., where he supervises its operat...
In recognition of today’s increasingly digitalworld, The University of Texas at AustinMcCombs School of Business offers an...
Individuals who enroll in this program receivean education into the myriad of elements thatconstitute this field. They lea...
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Gary Guion: The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business’ Management Information Systems Program

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Gary Guion: The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business’ Management Information Systems Program

  1. 1. Gary Guion: The Universityof Texas at Austin McCombsSchool of Business’Management InformationSystems Program
  2. 2. For over a decade, Gary Guion has performedas the managing partner with GGFH Holdings,Inc., where he supervises its operations andoversees financial and budgetary matters.Earlier, Mr. Guion attended The University ofTexas at Austin McCombs School of Businessand obtained the Kimberly-Clark ManagementInformation Systems (MIS) 333K Scholarship.
  3. 3. In recognition of today’s increasingly digitalworld, The University of Texas at AustinMcCombs School of Business offers an MISprogram. In it, students learn about differentaspects of information technology, businesspractices, functional disciplines, and computerapplications. U.S. News & World Report ranksthe school’s MIS department as the third bestin the country.
  4. 4. Individuals who enroll in this program receivean education into the myriad of elements thatconstitute this field. They learn managerialskills, such as communication, projectmanagement, and group work. Teachersenlighten them on business and MIS theories,such as those related to databasemanagement, electronic business, andsystems analysis. Other topics includeinformation technology architecture andinfrastructure and software and programminglanguages with a focus on the changing natureof technology.

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