Master of Science in Information Systems
At South University Tampa, the Master of Science in Information Systems program is built to be a technology-focused degree that teaches you how to manage information and technology in the modern age of information. Offered in our new Online + On Campus learning format, you will have the opportunity to learn alongside your peers while still having the capacity to meet the demands you face as a professional. The first week of the quarter is spent in the classroom, getting to know classmates and faculty, followed by an alternating schedule of one week online and one week on campus.
Whether your background is primarily in business or technology, this Information Systems program can prepare you to seek career enhancement and leadership opportunities. The curriculum covers key technology areas like information systems in converged networks, modern software development methodologies, business intelligence, governance, information security, and emerging technologies.
South University, Online Program offerings may not be available to residents of all states. Please contact an admissions representative for further information.
Upon finishing your degree, you should be able to:
- Understand how information systems impact business operations and decision-making, and demonstrate an ability to design, develop, analyze, and modify information systems to meet specific business needs.
- Communicate clearly, both orally and in writing, an understanding of methodologies to identify, assess, and implement information systems.
- Demonstrate discipline-specific knowledge in the following areas: business intelligence, data management, information systems management, information security and risk management, and project management.
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