Master of Science in Information Systems
The Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) curriculum focuses on quickly building true competency in the core technologies that are currently in high-demand throughout today's ever-changing IT industry. This program offers a flexible set of electives allowing students to focus on the skills most relevant to their professional careers.
The goals of this program are to provide students with: Practical expertise in modern technologies relevant to industrial computing and information systems; A working foundation of technologies needed in order to effectively use information technology for different types of applications; Skills in analysis and design of various information systems necessary to manage system development projects; Problem solving and creative thinking skills; The ability to plan and direct creative solutions to meet the needs of their data management environment; And programming and web development skills. The MSIS degree completion requirements include 36 total semester credits (9 core courses plus a focus track of 3 elective courses).
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