Program Length: 15 months
The Master of Science in Information Systems addresses the growing need for professionals who need to possess both analytical skills and business acumen with the goal of improving business through information technology and management. These professionals must be familiar with the theory and practice of storing, organizing, retrieving and analyzing information in a variety of settings.
Technical expertise alone is not sufficient for success, and graduates will need to be skilled in the topics of understanding how to organize information, analyze user information, design or evaluate information systems that allow for efficient and effective user interaction, be able to provide and assure the quality and value of information to decision makers, understand the economic and social environment in which their organization functions, be familiar with relevant issues in law, economics, ethics, and management.
Typical positions filled by a professional with a master of science in information systems include; positions within the office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO), Information Technology/Information Systems/Information Management Director, systems analyst, systems architect, and strategic technologist.
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Total Courses: 15Total Credits: 60
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Available Online: This program is delivered fully online.
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