MS in Management Information Systems
Our Master of Science (MS) in Management Information Systems (MIS) degree curriculum is designed to prepare students for careers in the information systems field such as system analyst, business applications developer, computer networks designer, and administrator, database applications developer and administrator, systems administrator, and web applications developer.
The degree coursework is comprised of courses in areas that include web applications design and development; database design, development and administration; computer networks design and administration; computer networks security; wireless networking; Windows administration; data warehousing and mining; project management; and business applications programming.
Student of the Master of Science in MIS program also complete a number of IT industry-recognized certifications as part of the coursework.
Internships. Campus Involvement. Networking
Internships and professional organizations such as the student chapter of the Management Information Systems Organization offer you the opportunity to build your professional and personal connections before you graduate. Speak to an advisor about opportunities available in the MIS program today.
Providing Essential Business Experience
UH-Clear Lake faculty are well-educated professors who are active professionals and interested in providing the best learning experiences for our students. Our MIS faculty is the best in their fields, bringing real-world business experience to their students. No MIS classes are taught by graduate assistants.
The graduate program in Management Information Systems leads to the Master of Science degree. The program is designed for students preparing for careers in the information systems field such as systems analyst, business application developer, network administrator, database administrator, web designer, technical support, etc. The required courses and select electives can help a student develop in specialized areas such as network design and administration, database design and administration, business applications programming, web applications programming, etc. All students entering the program are required to possess a bachelor’s degree.
Foundation requirements – for information on how foundations can be waived, please refer to the Graduate Foundation Courses handout. Students without 6 hours of college-level computer programming must take ISAM 5030 in addition to the requirements stated below.
Foundation Requirements (6 Hours):
|ISAM 5030||Fundamentals of Business Programming Applications|
|Choose One:||ACCT 5031 or DSCI 5031 or ECON 5031 or MGMT 5032 or MKTG 5031 or HADM 5032|
Degree Requirements (30 Hours):
|ISAM 5330||Management Information Systems|
|ISAM 5331||Fundamentals of Database Design and Development|
|ISAM 5337||Internet Applications Development|
|ISAM 5338||Advanced Internet Applications Development|
|ISAM 5339||Fundamentals of Computer Networking|
|ISAM 5430||Advanced Application Development with C#|
|ISAM 5632||Advanced Database Applications Development|
|ISAM 5635||Systems Analysis and Design|
|ISAM 5636||Advanced Computer Networking|
|ISAM 5638||Advanced Applications Programming with Java|
Required Graduate Electives (6 Hours):
|ISAM Graduate Elective||3 hours|
|ISAM Graduate Elective||3 hours|
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Last updated October 23, 2017