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Today's competitive business environment requires technologies that provide the strategic edge to build market share and that enable business operations to run at maximum efficiency. The information systems majors provide the technical and managerial skills that support these goals. Two degree programs are offered: the Master of Business Administration in information systems and the Master of Science in Business Information Systems.

The MBA is a broad-based business program, offering the student a spectrum of general business courses. The four course major in information systems provides students with the concepts, strategies, and techniques necessary for this dynamic field. The program focuses on technologies, such as database management systems and telecommunications, as well as IT management and strategy in areas such as information technology in the financial markets and e-business.

View MBA degree requirements

Courses in Major    (13.5 credits)

"Flexible core" course required for Information Systems majors*

Information Systems for Managers II ? Managing and Harnessing Technology*1.5 credits
 
Information Technologies Courses    (6 credits)

Choose two of the following:
Principles of Database Management Systems3 credits
Networks and Telecommunications3 credits
E-Business Principles and Technologies**3 credits
Business Modeling with Spreadsheets3 credits
Information Technology Project Management3 credits
Systems Analysis and Design3 credits
Risk Management Systems**3 credits
Information Systems Development Project3 credits
Special Topics in Information Technologies3 credits

Information Systems Strategy Courses    (6 credits)

Choose two of the following:
Globalization and Technology3 credits
Sustainablility and IT3 credits
E-Business Principles and Technologies**3 credits
Information Technology in Financial Markets3 credits
Risk Management Systems** 
Integrating Information Technology and Business Processes3 credits
Special Topics in Information Systems Strategy3 credits


Students are welcome to construct an alternate program of 9000-level IS courses with the permission of the IS graduate advisor.

*CIS 9002 will apply towards the maximum 18 credits students can take in their MBA major. Note: the flexible core course requirement applies to the curriculum for students admitted in fall 2011 or later, or students admitted prior to fall 2011 who have elected to complete the MBA under the new curriculum.

**Course may be used as either an "Information Technologies" course or an "Information Systems Strategy" course.

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