Information Systems Management

Information Systems Management

Curriculum                                                     Admission/Graduation Requirements

The Information Systems Management (I.S.M.) program prepares learners to successfully manage information systems innovation, design, development, and operations. The program emphasizes broad knowledge and skills in information systems management and administration and applied knowledge in project, information security, design and development, and innovation management. In addition, the I.S.M. program offers areas of specialization in security, enterprise, data management, and decision support. Learners demonstrate their knowledge and skills throughout the program through their application to realistic scenario and simulation-based activities and applied projects. The core program is 30 hours with 10 core courses and, if a specialty is chosen, 9 additional hours in three specialization courses.

Program Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of the Information Systems Management program, a graduate will be able to:

  1. Use an interdisciplinary approach to effectively integrate, manage, and support information systems in an organization.
  2. Employ successful information systems management and administration best practices that support the major strategic, operational, and functional challenges encountered by complex organizations
  3. Select and implement appropriate technologies to support organizational initiatives and processes.
  4. Approach information and technology management decisions in an ethical, legal, and socially responsible manner.
  5. Communicate effectively in a variety of business and technology-oriented contexts.