Rendering of the proposed new Blankley Field at Dakota State University..

Legacy Lives On

New football field named after DSU Coach George Blankley. The Trojans Unite campaign will focus on several areas, one of those key areas being athletic facilities.

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Dakota State College of Business and Information Systems

Taking care of business

The world is at your fingertips in Dakota State University’s College of Business and Information Systems. We offer three focus areas: Business, Computer Information Systems, and Health Information Management. So whether you want to own a business, manage software projects for organizations, or lead the change in electronic medical records, we have what you need to succeed, so you can take care of business.

Inspire yourself

The technologies you use in your courses will inspire you to be a business leader of tomorrow. Be prepared to improve patient outcomes and use active and engaging simulations, to make business decisions that will impact your future career. Engage and gain valuable knowledge from faculty and guest speakers who have worked within the business industries themselves. Among them, is our Business, Computer Information Systems, and Health Information Management, and Health Informatics Advisory Boards; which support the development, course design, and suitability of programs.

Student Achievement

Degrees and programs

Become the leader you know you can be. Challenge yourself to oversee the intricate details of the business world, and instill a sense of curiosity as you immerse yourself in hands-on projects and experiences. Discover how you can inspire the world.

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Education from a distance

Live far away from Madison? Already have a full-time job but want to enhance your career? Don't worry. Our College of Business and Information Systems has a wide variety of online programs to fit exactly what you're looking for.

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Pre-professional programs

If you're considering graduate school, our pre-professional programs are a great way to get a head start on your professional career.

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Center of Excellence in Computer Information Systems

Join our Center of Excellence in Computer Information Systems, where you can become a leader in technology and your field.​

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Get in the fast lane

Two degrees is quite an accomplishment. We can help with that. By joining our 4+1 program, you can earn your bachelor's and master's degrees in just five years.

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Upgrade your career

From research opportunities to real-life experience, our graduate programs will give you knowledge that will make you stand out in any competitive field. Discover your potential and bring yourself to the height of your career.

Graduate Admissions

“A lot of bigger campuses can cause you to get lost, whereas DSU really reaches out and makes everyone feel included.”

Josh Snook, Business Management (AS), Accounting (BBA) '22

Make your future employer proud

Did you know, you can earn college credit by becoming an employee of a business or organization you love? Internships and professional practices are a commonality of our Business and Information Systems programs. Many students use internships to strengthen professional skills and grow connections. Plus, it might even secure you a full-time position. Your future employer will be proud to have you on their team.

The College of Business and Information Systems' programs include accreditations from the following organizations; the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for Business Programs, and the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM) for Health Information Management Programs.


Student’s life altered by receiving a scholarship. DSU Giving Day is Thursday, Sept. 23.

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Student’s life altered by receiving a scholarship. DSU Giving Day is Thursday, Sept. 23.

President Griffiths (right) introduces General Cyber to the Madison community at the August 17 Downtown in MadTown event.

Dakota State welcomes new mascot

Dakota State University Trojans have a new mascot, "General Cyber," or General Cy for short.

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Griffiths named to CNAS AI Task Force

DSU’s President José-Marie Griffiths, has been named as a member of the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) Task Force on Artificial Intelligence and National Security.

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College of Business and Information Systems

820 N Washington Ave.
Madison SD 57042