COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Master of Science in Information Systems
The Master of Science (MS) in Information Systems program is designed to meet the needs of three distinct groups: (1) students with a baccalaureate degree in Information Systems, (2) students with a baccalaureate degree in another area who have information systems skills and desire to develop new career skills in Information Systems, and (3) students with a baccalaureate degree in another area who lack information systems skills and desire to develop new career skills in Information Systems. Students should select an advisor and discuss the courses required for their degree early in their graduate program.
The MS in Information Systems requires completion of at least 36 hours of graduate credit. Students may choose to do a thesis as part of this degree program. The degree is offered in a virtual/online environment, traditional face-to-face arrangement, or as a combination of the preceding two formats. To learn more about the graduate programs, please visit the website http://www.tarleton.edu/is
MS Information Systems Curriculum
|Course Number||Course Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|CIS 504||Telecommunications for Managers||3|
|CIS 507||Systems Analysis for Managers||3|
|CIS 511||Managing Information Systems||3|
|CIS 516||Applied Database Management||3|
|CIS 518||Quantitative Concepts in Computing||3|
|CIS 598||Research Methods in Information Systems||3|
A student must satisfactorily complete the comprehensive exam before receiving the MS, Information Systems degree. The student’s academic advisor should be contacted about comprehensive examination requirements and policies.