Master of Science in Business Information Systems

The Master of Science in Business Information Systems 

Required Courses
BUSI 610Financial Management for Information Technology Professionals3
BUSI 620Information Systems Strategy3
CIS 641Customer Relationship Management Software Administration3
CIS 669Enterprise Systems3
CIS 671Enterprise Systems II3
CIS 687IT Project Management3
CIS 688Introduction to Machine Learning3
CIS 698Capstone Project2
COMM 650Advanced Interpersonal Communication3
COMM 660Group Communication, Team Building, and Leadership3
SE 631Customer Relationship Management Software Development3
SE 685Database Theory/Design3
Total Credits35

Students must have a competency in programming concepts for this program. If students do not have this competency, completing CSCI 120 Introduction to Programming, or CSCI 127 Introduction to Programming in Java, or CSCI 160 Introduction to Structured Programming I is recommended.

Course Rotation

Course Rotation for Business Information Systems.

Core Values/Learning Outcomes

  1. Critical Inquiry
  2. Applied Learning
  3. Communication Skills
  4. Diverse Perspectives
  5. Leadership

The program’s Core Values lay the broad foundation for the overall program design. Specific objectives are then addressed in each course, based on its curriculum. At the course level, the required projects and activities provide a rich and diverse collection of opportunities for assessment of student knowledge and understanding by the professor.