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Masters in Information Systems Program Learning Goals

Goal 1: Technical Expertise      

Students who earn an MS in Information Systems degree will be able to demonstrate a thorough command of the technical aspects of information systems.

Goal 2: Managerial and Organizational Frameworks    

Students who earn an MS in Information Systems degree will be able to articulate and/or explain how managerial and organizational issues affect the use of information systems in organizations.

Goal 3: Integration with Other Functional Areas of Business     

Students who earn an MS in Information Systems degree will be able to integrate information systems and information technology with other business topics to analyze and recommend solutions to business problems.

Goal 4: Critical Thinking and Communication 

Students who earn an MS in Information Systems degree will be able to apply critical thinking skills to develop evidence-based recommendations and effectively communicate them to non-technical professionals.

Goal 5: Risk, Compliance and Ethical Considerations  

Students who earn an MS in Information Systems degree will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the risk management, compliance and ethical issues in the use of information systems in organizations.

Goal 6: Teamwork and Collaboration   

Students who earn an MS in Information Systems degree will be able to demonstrate effective teamwork and collaboration skills and the ability to work with clients professionally.