Master of Science in Information Systems
The Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) degree is designed to provide a specialized graduate education for information systems professionals. The MSIS degree will provide the knowledge needed to succeed in information systems management in industry and government. This program is also designed to prepare students who plan to pursue further education and research in the information systems field.
MSIS Degree Plan
BCIS 6323 Enterprise Systems
BCIS 6320 Database Development & Administration
BCIS 6360 Applied Programming
BSYS 6342 Technology and Operations Management
BCIS 6322 Analysis, Modeling & Design
BCIS 6340 Business Intelligence
BCIS 6370 Information Systems Security
BCIS 6395 Capstone Project
MSIS students can choose to concentrate in many areas:
Anchored by an intensive working, summer international trip (travel fees apply), coursework extends to global marketing, global issues, and international finance.
BADM 6345 Global Trade and Logistics
BADM 6343 Global Issues in Business and Society
BMKT 6351 Global Marketing & Competition
BMGT 6360 International Management
BADM 6344 Managing Global Sustainability
With the Supply Chain Management concentration students combine coursework in technology, logistics, and ERP systems to better understand how friction can be eliminated from a supply chain.
International Students: Only the Information Systems and Supply Chain concentration in combination with the MSIS core qualifies as a STEM degree. International MSIS students seeking a STEM degree to earn extended Occupational Practical Training (OPT) must complete the Information Systems concentration.
BADM 6345 Global Trade and Logistics
BCIS 6380 IT and Supply Chain Management
BSYS 6320 Purchasing and Procurement
BSYS 6340 Distribution and Inventory Management
The NFP concentration provides those interested in the not-for-profit sector with specific tools for managing, organizing, and marketing from the NFP perspective. This concentration is particularly appropriate for students going into ministry.
BACC 6320 Not-for-Profit Accounting
BADM 6340 Leading the Mission-Driven Organization
BADM 6350 Social Entrepreneurship
BMKT 6325 Marketing & Development for Non-Profit Organizations
The healthcare administration curriculum will prepare medical professionals and those seeking management positions in the health care industry with management, finance, and regulatory environment courses specific to healthcare.
BHCM 6325 Healthcare Law and Ethics
BHCM 6330 Leadership in Healthcare
BHCM 6335 Healthcare Finance
BHCM 6340 Current Issues in Healthcare Administration
Master of Science in Information Systems | M.S.I.S
With UMHB's Master of Science in Information (MSIS) degree, be ready to master the art of innovation.
Students pursuing an MSIS degree take part in a flexible program that equips them with the skills necessary to evaluate, manage, and design information systems that are all around us in the quickly developing digital information age. Our students gain knowledge about the design of tools, the analysis of human behavior, the organization of information, and the proper application of technology.
The decision to pursue a Master’s Degree in the Information Systems program at UMHB has helped my career tremendously.
The faculty bring years of experience to their teaching to ensure your education is grounded in real practices. In years to come they will continue to serve as your support system and will enhance your network of professonal connections to heighten your potential for advancement throughout your career.Contact your Program Director See the list of faculty Admissions Info
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