Information Systems (M.S.)

The M.S., Information Systems program is 30-credit, part-time or full-time program designed to develop highly educated information and computer systems professionals, particularly those responsible for information systems development and management. The program serves a diverse student body, including people with previous degrees in business and information systems, people with degrees in related fields and professional experience, and people who seek to enter the field without previous knowledge about information systems.

Prerequisites: MIS 501 Management Information Systems and MIS 601 Information Strategy and Management

Major Requirements
MIS 701Database Management Systems3
MIS 703Systems Analysis and Design3
MIS 707Risk Mgmt in Large Scale Systems3
MIS 711Managing Systems Projects3
MIS 712Financial Telecommunications and Cybersecurity3
MIS 715Mobile Applications & Business Strategies3
or MIS 716 Business Intelligence
MIS 717Managing the Technological Enterprise3
Select two of the following:6
Distributed Enterprise Systems
MIS 496
Introduction to Java Programming Programming
Intro to Government Systems
Accounting Information Systems
Client Side Web Applications Development
Graduate Information Systems Independent Study
Health Information Systems
Mobile Applications & Business Strategies
Business Intelligence
Data Science
Information Systems Research Methods
Programming in Visual Basic With Visual Basic
MIS 791
Choose one of the following Integrated Capstone Experiences:3
Graduate Information Systems Independent Study
Specl Topics in Mgmt Info Syst
Information Systems Internship
Master's Thesis Research Project
Special Topics in Business
Independent Study
Total Credit Hours30