mba + masters in information systems

Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science in Information Systems (MBA/MSIS)

This program is structured for individuals who have backgrounds in information systems. It can be customized for a student's educational background and their career goals. Student's will begin taking course work in the program designated as their primary degree. Students enrolled in this program will receive two master's degrees, one in their field of expertise and one in business administration. A brief overview of curriculum taught in each course can be found in the online Course Descriptions catalog.  To complete the MBA/MSIS dual degree, a student must satisfy the minimum requirement of 51 credit hours.  Program prerequisite courses cannot be applied toward the minimum requirement. 

MBA Courses 27 credits

MGT6013    
Global Leadership
MIS6013 Information System & the Enterprise
MKT6013 Marketing Management
FIN6013 Acquiring & Managing Financial Capital
ACC6013 Management Control Systems
HRM6023 Human Resources Management
MGT6053 Global Business Economics
OPM6033 Operations Management
MGT6063 Global Strategic Management (capstone).

 
MSIS Courses 18 credits

MGT7643    
Enterprise Integration
MIS6113 Database and Enterprise Models
MIS6123 Analysis & Design of Complex Systems
MIS6143 IT Infrastructure
MGT6153 Project Management
MIS7593 Managing Information Technology

Additional Elective Course Requirements: 6 credits

Total Credits 51 credits


FOUNDATION REQUIRED FOR STUDENTS WITHOUT UNDERGRADUATE
COURSE IN BUSINESS OR RELEVANT BUSINESS EXPERIENCE

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