The School of Information Technology offers two options for graduate study:
The Master of Science in Information Systems program features a core set of IS courses and four sequence choices:
The program emphasizes the application of computer technology and information management methods to real-world problem solving. The program focuses on software, hardware, and people-related issues in the development of computer information systems. The degree can be appropriate for a range of students, including industry practitioners seeking career advancement, students wishing to expand on their undergraduate computing work, and individuals wishing to make a career change.
The School of Information Technology offers the following 3-course Graduate Certificates:
These graduate certificates have been designed for IT professionals who would like to gain specialized knowledge in one of the certificate areas without the commitment of completing an entire degree program. The certificates will provide students with focused studies and exposure to the very latest topics and trends in the IT industry.
Special features of the IS program and graduate certificates include:
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