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 complete up to 6 credits in prescribed foundation requirements in the areas of computer programming language and database design and applications. If a foundation courses was not completed with a minimum grade of B at an accredited institution within five years of matriculation, it must be completed before beginning the program, or within the first year of study in the program.
|Required Core Courses|
|ISTM 6201||Information Systems Development and Applications|
|ISTM 6202||Relational Databases|
|ISTM 6204||Information Technology Project Management|
|ISTM 6205||Internet Computing|
|ISTM 6206||Information Systems Security|
|ISTM 6209||Web and Social Analytics|
|ISTM 6210||Integrated Information Systems Capstone|
|12 credits in elective courses selected from the following: any ISTM courses (excluding ISTM 6200), DNSC courses at the 6000 level or above, DATS courses at the 6000 level, or other graduate courses with the permission of advisor.|