Management Information Systems, Master of Science

(36 semester hours, plus the required prerequisites)

The Master of Science degree program in Management Information Systems (MIS) provides maximum flexibility in the education of the professional information systems person. In this program, the student has the opportunity to select three courses, in addition to the required courses. These courses may be advanced work in the Management Information Systems concentration, or they may be courses that complement the Management Information Systems concentration. The electives must be approved by the Executive Director or the graduate student’s advisor.

The MS-MIS degree prerequisites include satisfaction of the CPC through the one- credit modules offered to graduate students, through undergraduate courses, or through successful completion of the DSST and/or CLEP exams. Prerequisites will also include two programming languages. For further information, contact the Executive Director.

Core

BUS 531Adv Topics/Management Information Syst?Information Systems

3

BUS 541Organizational Behavior and Development

3

BUS 548Operation Analysis and Management?(quantitative Methods)

3

BUS 590Research Methodology

3

BUS 554Policy Formulation and Strategy?Management

3

BUS 554: taken after completion of at least 24 graduate credits

Area of Concentration (Select four courses)

BUS 509Leadership

3

BUS 510Management Role of the Information?Professional

3

BUS 513Web-Based Marketing

3

BUS 514Web-Based Systems Development

3

BUS 534Business Intelligence

3

BUS 535Data Mining and Warehousing

3

BUS 546Managing the Organization in Marketspace?Marketspace

3

BUS 562Systems Analysis and Design: Industrial?Problem Solving

3

BUS 563Information Systems - Database?Management

3

BUS 564Accounting Information Systems

3

BUS 566Telecom and Networking for Business Syst

3

BUS 569Management of Technology

3

BUS 592Web Application Design/Dvlp

3

BUS 593Business Info Security/Continuity

3

BUS 594ERP Systems

3

Electives

Selection of any three graduate Business courses, including E-Business courses, for which the candidate is qualified to enroll and has approval of the Executive Director or advisor.