Master of Science (MS)
Information systems involves the analysis of large, complex systems and the design of applications that will help organizations run more effectively. Rather than learning how to code programs and databases, you will discover how to use those programs and databases to achieve the best results.
The Seidenberg School's MS in Information Systems was the first of its kind when it was created more than 20 years ago, and it remains a pioneering educational experience today. Learn how to design applications that are tailored to an organization's unique needs. Analyze large and complex systems, using the data to make substantial contributions to business decision-making. Study both hardware and software systems in order to master various networks. Use tools to pull specific data from information systems and communicate its meaning to stakeholders and managers.
And most importantly, combine your new technological expertise and business savvy in order to create the efficient and innovative solutions businesses need.
- Master of Science in Information Systems
- Duration: 1–2 years
- 30 credits required
- Core Requirement: 0–15 credits
- Concentration Requirement: 9 credits
- Electives: 15–30 credits
- Computer and Internet Forensics
- Mobile Application Development
- Data Mining, Warehousing, and Visualization
- Web and Internet Security
- Security and Information Assurance
- Telecommunications Management and Technologies
- Database Management and Technologies