MASTER OF SCIENCE
All bachelor programs are designed and allowed to be completed in a minimum time of nine months up to two years.
Master of Science in Information Systems
The aim of the MSIS program is to produce graduates who are capable of leadership in information systems through the formulation and implementation of Information Systems to address organizational needs and provide decision support. The curriculum focuses on strategic skills needed to integrate an organization's information systems with its management goals by encompassing a broad spectrum of both information systems and advanced business courses.
The Master of Science in Information System is designed for professionals who are seeking the skills and knowledge necessary to manage information systems resources in today's organizations. Individuals enrolling in the program must have a bachelor's degree in information systems, management, or a related field, be self-motivated and interested in learning through a distance education program. The objectives of the Master of Science in Information Systems program are to provide students with:
- A mastery of basic and advanced information system tools, techniques, and methodologies.
- In-depth knowledge of organizational structures, employee behavior, and the impact of change on organizations.
- developed proficiency in the skills necessary to manage information systems development projects.
- The analytical skills necessary to identify organizational strategic advantages within an organization's information systems/IT function.
- Well-developed communication, analytical and problem-solving skills.
- . A foundation for lifelong learning, professional development, research, and/or further graduate study.