MS in Computer Information Systems
The Master of Science in Computer Information Systems is designed for you if you are a computer professional who desires an advanced Information Systems degree as a key component of your professional growth. The program provides the tools needed to go forward into technical and management positions in Information Systems. The curriculum covers a variety of important aspects of the IT profession: system analysis and design, programming, web development, networking, telecommunications, database management, project management, and IT accounting. To complete this 36 credit hour degree program, you will take 12 semester hours of foundation courses and 24 semester hours of core courses. If you have no previous computer courses, you alsomay be required to take an additional prerequisite programming course. Electives may be substituted for foundation courses in cases where you have previous coursework that maps to the foundation.