Master of Science in Information Systems - A STEM Program
The objective of the Master of Science degree in Information Systems is to provide qualified students with both a general knowledge of business and a specialized knowledge of information systems. Students are exposed to the theory, research, and practical applications of numerous information systems areas. See the Graduate Catalog for admission requirements. Students can focus in one of two areas: systems development and business analytics.
The Systems Development (SD) track concentrates on the analysis, design, and implementation of business systems and their management issues. Courses in this track cover such topics as object-oriented technology, data base design, advanced systems design techniques, and project management. See the requirements for the SD track.
The Business Analytics (BA) track concentrates on technologies and skills needed to analyze business data and use it to guide decisions and planning for the future. Courses in this track cover such topics as data mining, data warehousing, statistical computing, and selective statistics topics. See the requirements for the BA track.
The MSIS program allows flexibility in selecting electives and your pace through the program. All courses are offered in the evenings on the main campus in Arlington, Texas.