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2017-2018 Catalog 
2017-2018 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Management and Information Systems, M.S.

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Coordinator: Scot Morse


An interdisciplinary collaboration between the Divisions of Business & Economics and Computer Science. Designed to provide students with a mature foundation in business concepts and practices together with an understanding of the foundational disciplines, practices and technologies that enable modern information systems.

Learning outcomes

  1. Develop a thorough understanding of the core foundational computing principles that underlie modern information systems.
  2. Demonstrate the technical communication skills needed to interact with IT industry professionals.
  3. Learn fundamental business practices (e.g., accounting, finance, data analysis, management and marketing) which will enhance their ability to understand a business’s information needs and to develop better systems to address those needs.

The program consists of 48 credit hours of approved graduate courses in Business, Information Systems and Computer Science. This includes a required core component, electives and a professional project exit requirement. Within the core and electives, students must complete a minimum of 16 credit hours of BA courses, with another 16 credits minimum from IS or CS listed courses not including the exit requirement. Electives should be selected with the help of an adviser.

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