Through cross-recognition of courses between the MBA and MS in Computer Science and Information Systems program, this dual master’s program will require 15 less credit hours to complete than if the degrees were completed independently of each other. The program leads to two degrees: a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in Computer Information Systems and a Master of Science (MS) in Computer Science and Information Systems with a concentration in Information Systems.
This dual master’s program is available in a traditional, on-campus format or through a format that combines the Management courses in the NetPlus! format (online with on-campus sessions every six weeks) with the Computer Science and Information Systems courses in the multi-media Cyber Classroom format (tailored to the student’s, needs from completely online to completely on-campus).
Requirements (45-57 credits).
A. MBA foundation courses (0-12 credits)*.
MGT 512 - Applied Quantitative Analysis.
ACC 521 - Accounting for Managers.
MGT 541 - Organizational Behavior.
FIN 551 - Business Economics.
B. MBA core courses (21 credits).
MGT 501 - Organizational Communication and Negotiation.
MKT 531 - Marketing Management. **
MGT 552 - Business and Society.
FIN 561 - Financial Management.
MGT 571 - Operations Management. **
INB 585 - Global Dimensions of Management.
MGT 589 - Strategic Management.
C. Management Information Systems (3 credits).**
CIS 510 - Information Systems. or
MGT 581 - Management Information Systems.
D. Computer Science and Information Systems core courses (6 credits). Two from:
CSC 535 - Advanced Computer Networking.
CSC 565 - Computer System Architecture.
CSC 575 - Algorithm and Complexity Analysis.
CSC 582 - Advanced Database Concepts and Emerging Applications.
E. Information Systems Concentration (15 credits).
CIS 520 - Knowledge Management in Information Systems.
CIS 530 - Information Storage and Retrieval.
CIS 550 - Decision Support Systems.
CSC 549 - Ethics and Security Management.
CSC 580 - Advanced Software Engineering.
*Courses can be waived if previous equivalent or similar undergraduate or graduate course work completed.
**Courses double-count as Information Systems concentration courses in the Computer Science program.