M.S. Business and Information Systems
Computer science and business management are two popular graduate programs, and many people have a hard time choosing which one to study. The Business and Information Systems program allows you to study both. You will learn both computing science and business management, which will make you more marketable. Corporations are eager to hire students who have technical and managerial skills. Being well rounded will help you get promotions and, if you like, to become a manager.
Students will learn a wide range of leadership and management skills in addition to understanding and adapting to the rapid changes in the Information Technology field, such as analysis, design and programming, which have become "object-oriented," as Information Systems are impacted by concerns for privacy, ethics, intellectual property and compliance issues.
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Provost and Senior Executive Vice President
Bieber, Michael P.
Wu, Yi-Fang Brook
Associate Professor and Chair
Lee, Michael J.
Phan, Hai Nhat
Wohn, Donghee Yvette