Master of Science in Computer Information Systems

Why CMU?

All Master of Science in Computer Information Systems courses are 8 weeks long. Student can choose from the following delivery options:

  • Classroom – Classes meet twice weekly
  • Hybrid – Class meet once per weeks and the rest is online.
  • 100% Online – Coursework can be completed from anywhere in the world. Students must have a computer capability and reliable internet access.

Gain Competencies in the following:

  • To enhance the students’ acquired knowledge on major organizational functions which support computer information systems.
  • To empower the students in becoming proficient in the communication, human relations, and management skills which are critical to successful technology implementation and evaluation.
  • To provide students with an acquired mastery of basic and advanced information systems approaches, methods and techniques, and their applications in a broad variety of organizational settings.
  • To create a constant awareness among students on the ethical issues and the societal impacts of the Information Age.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the MSCIS program should be able to:

MSCIS PLO #1: Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of theories and concepts of computer information systems.

MSCIS PLO #1A: Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of theories and concepts:  covered in the general core subject matter area of computer information systems.

MSCIS PLO #1B: Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of theories and concepts:  covered in concentration areas with work related applications in computer information systems.

MSCIS PLO #2: Perform a factual and application oriented literature review applying critical thinking and problem-solving techniques.

MSCIS PLO #3:  Demonstrate both oral and written communication skills in computer information systems in an academic manner.

MSCIS PLO #4:  Develop, analyze and implement an operational strategic plan based on solid organized data with a business application of technological resources.

Required & Elective Courses

Course No. Title Credit Hours
CIS 6700 Application Programming (JavaScript) 3
TEC 6951 Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation 3
MGT 6170 Operations Management (Prerequisites: BUS 5214 or equivalent) 3
MIS 6110 Management Information Systems 3
CIS 5310 Information Systems Planning 3
ORG 6011 Organizational Development and Change 3
MIS 6961 IT Project Management 3
CIS 5520 CComparative System Developmental Methodologies 3
CIS 5610 Data Modeling and Database Administration 3
CIS 5710 Network Planning and Administration 3
CIS 6190 CIS Strategy Capstone 3

Students who completed their bachelor’s degree in a non-information field or students with insufficient background in computer information systems are required to complete the following prerequisite courses if not taken at the undergraduate level.

Course No. Title Credit Hours
CIS 3700 Introduction to Java 3
CIS2001 Introduction to Computer Information Systems 3
BUS 3151 Business Statistics 3

Choose 2 Elective Courses

Course No. Title Credit Hours
CIS 5042 Data Warehousing and Mining: The Foundation of Business Intelligence 3
CIS 5062 Information Systems Security 3
CIS 5081 Systems Analysis and Design 3
CIS 6191 Computer Information Systems Career Practical Training 3

Education Costs

  • Tuition per Unit: $585
  • Tuition per 3 Unit Course: $1,755
  • Total Program Tuition: $22,815 (39 units)

GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS

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