About this course
The MSMIS curriculum reflects a vast expansion of the technical base of IT education, and includes various courses distributed in three areas of focus or tracks:Information Systems Management, Digital Business and Knowledge Management, and Information Security Management. The curriculum, which is based on the recommendations of professional societies in the information systems field and feedback from potential employers, integrates the most relevant theoretical and practical concepts, which will enable you to understand the complex and dynamic environments in which information systems and information technology are used.
It emphasizes the use of information systems and information technology to improve organizational efficiency and effectiveness. The program, which consists of 36 semester credit hours, offers three tracks: Information Systems Management, Digital Business and Knowledge Management, Information Security Management. For these three tracks, the program requires 15 credit hours of core courses, 6 credit hours of research or practicum courses, and 15 credit hours of elective courses.
An applicant must meet the admission requirements established by the graduate school. The prerequisite for the program is a GPA of 2.5 or better and a bachelor's degree in business, management, computer information systems, computer science, engineering, or a related field that includes the following courses:
- College Algebra
- Business Statistics
- Programming Languages
- Quantitative Methods
- Computer Application