Master of Science in Information Systems Technology

The master of science in information systems technology is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of management information systems and information technology. The curriculum offers an innovative mix of information and technology management courses and specialized electives. Students are challenged to think critically, analyze problems, and effectively acquire and integrate knowledge, strategies, and key technologies to solve the business problems faced by IT management.

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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 33 credits, including 21 credits in core courses and 12 credits in elective courses.

In addition, students must fulfill up to 6 credits in prescribed foundation requirements in the areas of computer programming language and database design and applications.  If any foundation course was not taken at an accredited institution within five years of matriculation with a B or better, it must be completed before beginning or within the first year of the program of study.

ISTM 6201Information Systems Development and Applications
ISTM 6202Relational Databases
ISTM 6204Information Technology Project Management
ISTM 6205Internet Computing
ISTM 6206Information Systems Security
ISTM 6209Web and Social Analytics
ISTM 6210Integrated Information Systems Capstone
12 credits in any combination of courses in the following two areas:
ISTM 6207Information Resources Management
ISTM 6222IS/IT Strategy and Implementation
ISTM 6223Technology Entrepreneurship
ISTM 6224Management of Technology and Innovation
ISTM 6225Enterprise Architecture
ISTM 6233Emerging Technologies
ISTM 6239Sem:Competitiveness/Technology
ISTM 6203Telecommunications and Enterprise Networks
ISTM 6211Data Warehousing and Online Analytical Processing
ISTM 6213Enterprise Web and Database Applications
ISTM 6214Advanced Programming and Business Applications
ISTM 6215Human-Computer Interaction
Students should consult with the advisor regarding their program of study.