The Master of Science in Management of Information Systems focuses on strategic information system resources, giving you the background required to plan, analyze, design, implement, secure, and control these resources.
This program was designed for mid-level IT managers who aspire to CIO-level responsibility in their organizations. It gives you a current level of understanding of contemporary trends and emerging technologies, as well as the ability to stay current in the rapidly changing world of enterprise technology.
Concentrations are offered in dynamic industry fields: Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Healthcare, and Information Security. All of the concentrations start with the same foundational core, which provides you a broad overview of IT-related topics including programming, networking, database design, systems analysis, and IT management. The concentrations add an additional 9 credit hours covering industry-specific topics and applications.
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