The Masters of Science in IS program is designed to provide the technical and managerial knowledge and skills to operate successfully in careers associated with the design, development and management of computer-based information, telecommunications, and internet applications. The program accommodates students with undergraduate degrees specializing in IS, business, and computer science, as well as students with undergraduate degrees outside business and IS.
The program may require as few as 30 hours for students with undergraduate business degrees from AACSB accredited institutions. Students with no academic business background will be required to take additional credit hours as outlined below.
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|| Basic IS | Electives ||General Requirements
- All students must meet course requirements in mathematics, general business and IS. Students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours beyond the general business core. Students with a B.S.B.A. with an emphasis in IS or a B.S. in IS from an AACSB accredited institution may, at the student's discretion, substitute two electives for Inf Sys 5800 and Inf Sys 6805. Other courses may be waived with appropriate undergraduate course work.
- Students are required to complete the equivalent of Economics 4105, "Quantitative Methods in Modeling in Economics, Business and the Social Sciences," and LOM 5300, "Statistical Analysis for Management Decisions," with a grade of C or better. Graduate credit is not given for these courses, but they may be waived with appropriate undergraduate course work.