The MS in Management and Information Systems program was designed to produce highly skilled and effective business and information technology personnel who can work with a strong knowledge of Management Information Systems in the profession of computer services, IT centers, business firms, health services, insurance and banking industries. The graduates will be well versed in the support, development and enhancement of information systems. They will have developed practical skill sets and critical knowledge related to hardware, software, networking and security topics in a business environment of managerial decision making.
Requirements of the program total 48 credit hours of graduate courses made up of 24 hours from the business division and 24 hours from the computer science division. A slight variation in ratio of computer science vs. business credits will be permitted with advisor approval.
Several graduate courses in both divisions will be offered each term. A student can complete the program within two years.