Information Systems

MS, Computer Information Systems


The Master of Science (MS) in Information Systems is designed to prepare students for professional advancement in information technology, expanded leadership responsibility, and to further their educational development in information systems and related fields. The program develops leaders who can integrate information technology solutions and business processes to help organizations streamline operations, compete more successfully and improve organizational decision making. Students in this program are exposed to theory, research and hands-on course work in planning, designing, implementing and managing organizational information systems in the global market place.

The program  is designed to meet the needs of students:

  • who hold a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems,
  • who posses a bachelor’s degree in another area who have information systems skills and desire to develop new career skills in Information Systems, and
  • who have a bachelor’s degree in another area with minimal information systems skills and desire to develop new career skills in Information Systems.

The MS in Information Systems requires completion of at least 36 hours of graduate credit. Students may choose to do a thesis as part of this degree program. 

Career Opportunities

  • Chief Information Officer/Chief Technology Officer
  • Director of Systems Development/E-Commerce /IT operations
  • IT Manager
  • IT Project Manager
  • Application Development Manager
  • Database Manager
  • Database Designer
  • Database Administrator
  • Application Developer
  • Programmer/Analyst
  • Systems Analyst/Business Analyst
  • Network Administrator and more!