Your MSIS coursework falls within four broad clusters. The Core Information Systems is comprised of 16 units, the Business Core is 6 units, Electives consist of 16 units and the final 10 units for Integration. The total unit count for an MSIS degree is 48 units. MSIS course descriptions here »
|Core Information Systems Knowledge||Core Information Systems courses give students knowledge about the technical aspects of information system design and strategic issues around their use.|
|Object Oriented Software Design|
|Information Systems Analysis and Design - Systems Modeling|
|Information Systems Analysis and Design - Software Dev. Life Cycles|
|Database Management - Fundamentals of SQL|
|Database Management - Design, Development & Administration|
|Core Business Knowledge||Core Business courses provide students with an understanding of the "context" in which information systems operate. Students acquire a basic knowledge of strategic and financial aspects of design and operational IS.|
|Financial and Managerial Accounting|
|Information Systems Strategy and Management|
Electives offer you a variety of courses to develop capabilities in a specific area, and several topical tracks are suggested for your specialization within the MSIS degree here »
You must choose up to sixteen (16) units electives. Talk to us to understand how the electives fit into your career goals.
To complete your MSIS degree, you will apply your knowledge and skills on a real-world project. Ten (10) units are required. See more about integration and application here »
Software Project Management
Note: Courses are subject to change and availability in a given quarter is not guaranteed.