Master of Science Management Information Systems (Data Analytics Concentration), MIS
The MS in MIS program with a concentration in Data Analytics is designed to meet the evolving needs of aspiring professionals in the Information Technology field. Students will gain Data Analytics knowledge and skills to successfully transform available data into actionable information. A concentration in Data Analytics enables an MS in MIS student to gain a competitive edge by learning critical skills needed to effectively use Data Analytics to harness the potential of the vast amount of data available within and outside any organization/industry.
Students admitted to the Master of Science in Management Information Systems (MS in MIS) program at the Jesse H. Jones School of Business will be eligible to pursue this concentration.
The Master of Science in MIS degree with the Data Analytics concentration requires thirty-three (33) hours of course work, including three (9) hours of concentration course(s) credit hours.
Students pursuing the MS in MIS with concentration in Data Analytics must meet the academic regulations and requirements of the Jesse H. Jones School of Business and the Graduate School including those related to the minimum GPA and scholastic discipline.
|MGSC 625||Supply Chain Management||3|
|MIS 672||Application Programming||3|
|MIS 675||Database Management Systems||3|
|MIS 676||Web Design & Development||3|
|MIS 680||System Analysis & Development||3|
|MIS 681||IT Project Management||3|
|MIS 685||Management of Info System||3|
|MGSC 624||Statistical Methods||3|
|MIS 686||Data Analytics and Visualization||3|
|MIS 688||Applied Predictive Analytics||3|
The following courses or equivalent thereof must have been completed or must be completed as prerequisites to the MS in MIS level courses:
|ACCT 231||Principles Of Accounting I||3|
|ECON 2301||Principles Of Economics I (OR)||3|
|Principles Of Economics II|
|MGSC 239||Business Statistics I||3|
|MGSC 302||Operations Management I||3|
|MGMT 300||Principles of Management||3|
|FIN 301||Basic Financial Management||3|
|MKTG 306||Principles of Marketing||3|
|MIS 304||Information Technology||3|