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Curriculum

The program requires 36 credit hours, drawn from 12 courses including 4 core courses, 4 to 5 concentration courses, and 4 to 5 electives.

Students take the three courses (9 credits) listed and then select five more courses from the elective list, below.

MMIS 627 Enterprise Technologies and Infrastructures

MMIS 654 Electronic Commerce on the Internet

MMIS 665 Information Systems Strategy

Business Intelligence/Analytics

Students take the four courses (12 credits) listed and then select four more courses from the elective list, below.

MMIS 642 Data Warehousing

MMIS 643 Data Mining

MMIS 671 Fundamentals of Analytics and Business Intelligence

MMIS 692 Capstone Project in Business Intelligence


Information Assurance & Cybersecurity Management

Students take the five courses (15 credits) listed and then select three more courses from the elective list, below.

ISEC 615 Fundamentals of Security Technologies

ISEC 635 Information Security Operations Management

ISEC 655 Information Security Governance

ISEC 675 Information System Auditing

ISEC 695 Information Security Management Project


Human-Computer Interaction

Students take the five courses (15 credits) listed and then select three more courses from the elective list, below.

MMIS 680 Human-Computer Interaction

MMIS 623 Information Privacy and Ethics

MMIS 654 Electronic Commerce on the Internet

MMIS 646 Data Visualization

MMIS 656 Web Design Technologies

 

Students will take three to five additional courses, depending on the concentration, to complete their 36-credit hour curriculum. These open electives may be selected from any courses prefixed MMIS, RESD, or MITE. Students who elect a thesis replace six open elective credits with six thesis credits.

Elective List

CISC 684 Software Testing and Verification

ISEC 615 Fundamentals of Security Technologies

ISEC 635 Information Security Operations Management

ISEC 655 Information Security Governance

ISEC 675 Information Systems Auditing

ISEC 695 Information Security Management Project

MITE 612 Authoring Systems

MITE 628 Learning Design

MITE 642 Online Communities

MITE 655 Foundations of Learning Technology

MITE 661 E-Learning

MITE 670 Learning Theories

MMIS 623 Information Privacy and Ethics

MMIS 627 Enterprise Technologies and Infrastructures

MMIS 628 Enterprise Systems and Business Processes

MMIS 636 Computer-Supported Collaborative Work

MMIS 638 Computer-Mediated Communication

MMIS 642 Data Warehousing

MMIS 643 Data Mining

MMIS 644 Social Media

MMIS 646 Information Visualization

MMIS 650 Fundamentals of Cloud Computing

MMIS 654 Electronic Commerce on the Internet

MMIS 656 Web Design Technologies

MMIS 665 Information Systems Strategy

MMIS 671 Fundamentals of Analytics and Business Intelligence

MMIS 681 Multimedia Systems

MMIS 691 Special Topics in Management Information Systems

MMIS 692 Capstone Project in Business Intelligence

RESD 620 Organizational Assessment and Evaluation

RESD 630 Digital Research and Academic Writing

See the entire program at a glance. The two-year plans of study will assist you in planning your future at NSU. It presents an overall idea of the order in which courses might be taken in a two-year plan.

Master of Science in Management Information Systems

No Concentration: 2-Year Plan of Study

Business Intelligence/Analytics Concentration: 2-Year Plan of Study

Human-Computer Interaction Concentration: 2-Year Plan of Study

Information Assurance & Cybersecurity Management Concentration: 2-Year Plan of Study

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