DEVELOP, IMPLEMENT, AND OPERATE INFORMATION SYSTEMS BASED ON EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

The goal of the Master of Science in Information Systems program is to provide students with the theoretical foundation of information systems. The program seeks to enable students to develop technical and management skills by participating in competency-based projects focused on the development, integration, deployment, and management of enterprise information systems within the modern business environment. The program uses sound practices, current and emerging tools and technologies, and effective teamwork approaches.

 

THE KEY AREAS OF FOCUS:

• MANAGEMENT
• SUPERVISION
• LEADERSHIP
• AUTHENTICITY
• PROJECT SOFTWARE
• PLANNING
• SCHEDULING
• BUDGETING
• ORGANIZATION
• ANALYSIS
• PROBLEM SOLVING
• REPORTING
• COORDINATION
• DELEGATION
• COMMUNICATION
• SOFT SKILLS
• DECISION-MAKING
• CLOUD SOFTWARE
• OFFICE SOFTWARE

CORE REQUIREMENTS

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING CORE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE Master of Science in Information Systems

 

ELECTIVES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING CORE REQUIREMENTS. SELECT 5 COURSES FROM:

 

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

In this optional program area, students benefit from the opportunity to apply the skills learned in the classroom in a real world environment. Students may incorporate cooperative education courses throughout the program instead of waiting until program completion. These optional courses are in addition to the program outline above.