Rapidly changing technology drives the world in which we live. Now is the time to enhance your skills and your degree with a Master of Science in Information Systems and Technology (MSIST) at South University, Austin.
With a focus on designing, developing, deploying and guiding information systems solutions, students have the opportunity to learn how information technology architecture can support business operations and how to integrate it into a business’ existing framework.
Students take information technology courses designed to develop and demonstrate a mastery of skills in the areas of theoretical and applied computing as well as in managerial principles and practices to effectively solve a variety of real scenarios and problems in the digital organization. The program also teaches students to build and exercise their roles within a technical team and to analyze necessary components of effective strategic planning and teamwork.
The Information Systems and Technology master’s degree program offers the following three areas of specialization, as well as a hybrid option, help to ensure that courses align with a student’s desired career path:
- Information Architecture and Design
- Information Security Studies
- Network Management
The Information Systems and Technology master’s degree program is designed to meet the needs of today’s businesses and organizations for growth and innovation through the planning, development and management of information resources.
Graduates of this program may find careers in information architecture and design, computer and systems security, network management and information technology. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, current positions associated with this background include programmers, systems analysts, database administrators, information security analysts, web developers, computer network architects, network administrators and software developers.