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Through the M.S. in Information Systems program, students have the opportunity to gain a solid foundation in the principles and practices of technology. Students engage in coursework to explore ways to use technology to enhance decision making and organizational effectiveness. Students also study theory, while applying principles of information security and data protection to the construction of advanced information systems. In the capstone course, students plan, manage, and implement relevant and appropriate technologies.
At the end of this program, students will be able to:
1. Apply core information technology principles and practices.
2. Work in geographically dispersed teams to produce effective solutions to complex information technology problems.
3. Recommend appropriate information technology solutions based on organizational needs and an evaluation of alternatives.
4. Evaluate professional, individual, organizational, societal, and regulatory implications of information systems and technology.
5. Apply software and system development techniques in the analysis and design of information systems.
6. Demonstrate ethical, legal, and responsible behavior in the development and deployment of information systems to meet organizational needs.
37 total semester credit hours
- Foundations course (1 sem. cr.)
- Core courses (33 sem. cr.)
- Capstone course (3 sem. cr.)