Internet Information Systems (MS)
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The field of Internet information systems technology is expected to continue its rapid rate of growth. In turn, the need for professionals with technical expertise in developing and managing information systems, managing large amounts of information and data, dealing with issues of security, and identifying and solving hardware, software and Internet problems continues to grow. This program will prepare you to function successfully in this rapidly changing field.
This 30-credit degree program responds to both the technical elements of the field and the continual growth of Internet-based information systems that are becoming part of all corporations, organizations and businesses. The degree will equip you with essential skills to design, develop, manage and maintain information systems, while responding to the issues and problems that result from the link between human users and technology.
The M.S. in Internet Information Systems degree program responds to industry needs and leads to possible professional certifications. Part of the program is designed to prepare you to take the Network+ certification exam and, if desired, the first two Microsoft Certified Professional exams of the Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) program. In addition, you have the option to gain industry-based experience in an internship. Thus, you can graduate with conceptual technical foundations, as well as industry-based experience and recognized certifications.
Program Requirements and Prerequisite Courses
Prerequisite Courses - up to 6 credits
You must demonstrate that you have completed these courses or approved alternatives. You may be able to enroll in the M.S. in Internet Information Systems program while concurrently filling these prerequisites.
Core Courses - 21 credits
And two from:
Specialization Electives - 9 credits
Choose three graduate-level courses from selected communications and information systems offerings.
Students should submit the following credentials to the Graduate Admissions Office:
All application materials must be received before an admission decision can be made.