Master of Science in Management Information Systems
Develop analytical and critical-thinking abilities and learn project management strategies to lead the way in technology and information management.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Use analytical and critical thinking skills to develop organizational project management strategies and strategic solutions for information system processes.
- Perform systems analysis that addresses requirements among information systems technology, people and organizational goals.
- Evaluate current and emerging systems integration and distributed computing alternatives to maximize efficiencies and meet organizational goals.
- Develop decision support system solutions inclusive of knowledge based systems, expert systems and artificial intelligence.
- Illustrate managerial principles and applications of networking and telecommunications.
- Communicate and advise organizations using written and oral skills required for IS professionals.
- Integrate legal, ethical, and global implications in decision making processes.
- CIS 601 Information Systems Strategies
- CIS 602 Network Services & Protocols
- DAT 604 Database Design and Impl.
- CIS 604 Management and Security
- MGT 604 Project and Program Management
- BIM 606 Info Mgmt for Leaders
- BIM 600 Human-Computer Interaction
- BIM 610 Strategic Decision Systems
- TMG 625 Systems Analysis and Design
- CIS 607 Systems Integration
- CIS 620A Master's Research Project I
- CIS 620B Master's Research Project II