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About this course

Information systems professionals must be familiar with theories and practices of storing, organizing, retrieving, and analyzing information in a variety of settings. Technical expertise alone is not sufficient for success—you also need to understand how to organize information, analyze user information, and design or evaluate information systems that allow for efficient and effective user interaction. By completing your master’s degree in Information Systems, you’ll be prepared to provide and assure the quality and value of information to decision makers, understand the economic and social environment in which organizations function, and be familiar with relevant issues in law, economics, ethics, and management.