There are three groups of courses in the MS in Information Systems program. The foundation courses
are to be taken by those who lack business and/or Information Technology skills. The seven core courses
are required by all. In addition, every student will choose (after consulting with the Program Director) three electives
The IT foundation courses include CSC332
Visual Basic Programming II, CIS407
Advanced Database Management Systems and CIS317
Principles of Information Systems Analysis and Design. The business skills foundation courses include Accounting, Finance and Statistics CIS343
Business Statistics - II (offered Summer, Spring and Fall).
The Core consists of 7 courses - CIS650
Software Methodologies, CIS645
Decision Support and Expert Systems, CIS609
Data Warehousing and Data Mining, TSM601
Telecommunications Principles, TSM603
Telecommunications Project Management, Quantitative Financial Controls (ACC604) and CIS695
Comprehensive Project in Computer Information Systems.
The electives must be selected with the consent of the Program Director.