Master of Science in Information Systems - Systems Development Management
Offered By: Strayer University
The Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) is a professional degree program that stresses the technical, managerial, and policy issues associated with building computer-based systems that support modern organizations. The MSIS program addresses the theoretical and practical aspects of specifying, designing, implementing and managing systems that possess qualities such as portability, scalability, and interoperability (open systems).
The MSIS program treats information as an organizational resource that is subject to managerial planning and control. It focuses on integration of data and distribution of information in helping organizations to be more competitive. In addition, the MSIS program offers graduates most of the academic background necessary to pursue certification as a Certified Computer Professional (CCP).
Within this curriculum, students have the option of choosing a concentration in:
The School of Information Systems is concerned primarily with study areas that involve modern information systems and computer concepts. The careful integration of these areas results in a unique academic experience for highly motivated students. Rapidly advancing technology demands skilled and informed professionals. Whether you are a seasoned professional in the IT field looking to enhance your skills or just entering the workforce looking for the essential tools to move into a new position, Strayer University offers information technology courses and programs that suit your needs.