Courses

MS-MIS Courses

Students may earn the Master of Science in Management Information Systems (MS-MIS) degree by following the traditional or the 4+1 pathway. Both options require 36 hours and have the same four prerequisites. For the general Master of Science degree description and requirements at the university level, please see the online graduate catalog.

One credit hour represents approximately one hour of class time per week. Most courses you will take in the MS-MIS program are three credit hours each. Therefore, you would expect that a three-credit hour course would meet for about three hours of instruction each week during the semester.

The degree requires 12 information system and business related courses (36 credit hours). This coursework is divided into business core, MIS core, and elective courses.

Prerequisite Courses
  • A course in programming (Java, C++, VB, etc. such as ISYS 601)
  • A database course (such as ISYS 615)
  • A course in systems analysis and design (such as ISYS 620)
  • A course in business data communications (such as ISYS 610)
Required MIS Core Courses

(24 Credits)

  • ISYS 622 – Advanced Database Management
  • ISYS 624 – Advanced Systems Analysis and Design
  • ISYS 630 – MIS Project Management and Implementation
  • ISYS 631 – Information Systems Design and Development
  • ISYS 635 – Business Information Security
  • ISYS 637 – Data Warehousing
  • ISYS 640 – Information Systems Sourcing
  • ISYS 643 – Corporate Information Planning
Required Business Core Courses

(3 Credits)

  • ACCT 640 – Accounting Controls and Procedures
Elective Courses

(Select three courses – 9 credits)

  • ISYS 645 – IT Security Controls
  • ISYS 650 – Data Mining
  • ISYS 652 – Customer Relationship Mgmt. Technologies
  • ISYS 655 – Security Management and Compliance
  • ISYS 684 – Professional Internship
  • ACCT 644 – Control & Audit of Information Systems
  • ACCT 647 – Financial Statement Analysis
  • CSCE 655 – Human-Centered Computing
  • CSCE 665 – Advanced Networking and Security
  • FINC 629 – Financial Management I
  • FINC 630 – Financial Management II
  • FINC 647 – Financial Statement Analysis
  • ISEN 613 – Engineering Data Analysis
  • ISEN 635 – Human Information Processing
  • MGMT 632 – Technology Commercialization
  • MGMT 633 – Organizational Change & Development
  • MGMT 637 – Foundations of Entrepreneurship
  • MGMT 639 – Negotiations in Competitive Environments
  • MGMT 655 – Survey of Management
  • MGMT 680 – Business and Corporate Strategy
  • MKTG 621 – Survey of Marketing
  • MKTG 677  – Multinational Marketing Management
  • SCMT 645 – Business Process Design
  • SCMT 667 – Logistics and Distribution Management
  • STAT 604 – Topics in Statistical Computation
  • STAT 651 – Statistics in Research I
  • STAT 652 – Statistics in Research II
 

A list of all courses offered by the Department of Information and Operations Management, along with the course descriptions, is available in the course catalog.

Wait List System
Students wishing to enroll in an ISYS or SCMT course that is full may access the Department of Information and Operations Management’s wait list system to request enrollment in the course.