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BUSN 6530 - Data Analysis for Managers

BUSN 6550 - Analyzing and Interpreting Accounting Information BUSN 6560 - Marketing Management BUSN 6630 - Management of Operations

BUSN 6640 - Financial Management

B. Information Systems Specializations

The five specializations that accompany the MS in Information Systems are designed to provide the fundamental knowledge necessary for a career as an IS professional. Up to 9 semester hours may be transferred from an AACSB international accredited graduate school and applied to the information systems specializations upon approval. The IS specializations provide students with a set of related courses necessary to acquire skills and expertise within a specific area in the development, management and use of information technology applications. Students are required to choose one specialization upon admission to the MSIS.

ISMG 6180 - Information Systems Management and Strategy ISMG 6220 - Business Intelligence Systems ISMG 6420 - Global Enterprise Systems
Either

OR

Choose two:

ACCT 6620 - Advanced Auditing ACCT 6470 - Internal Auditing ACCT 6340 - Financial Statement Analysis ACCT 6360 - Fraud Examination ISMG 6430 - Information Systems Security and Privacy ISMG 6450 - IT Project Management

Accounting and Information Systems Audit and Control (AISAAC) Specialization

Recently, new regulatory environments have required companies to provide better documentation of their accounting and IT systems to improve the management and disclosure of their business processes for better financial and regulatory controls. Accounting and IT professionals have significant roles in audit and control activities, since they control the systems that monitor and report on finance, planning and operations. The courses within this specialization cover business-process management and financial controls; the emerging trends and practices in privacy and security; the strategies for integrating governance and compliance; and the IT organizations financial and business intelligence services. These courses will focus on how to leverage the existing IT infrastructure to establish quality in financial and internal audit processes and address the regulatory issues associated with reporting, consolidation and document/content management more effectively and completely.

Prerequisite

ACCT 6030 - Financial Accounting

Required Courses

ACCT 6020 - Auditing ISMG 6040 - Business Process Management ISMG 6060 - Analysis, Modeling and Design ISMG 6080 - Database Management Systems ISMG 6180 - Information Systems Management and Strategy ISMG 6220 - Business Intelligence Systems ISMG 6420 - Global Enterprise Systems
Either

ACCT 6510 - Accounting and Information Systems Processes and Controls


OR

ISMG 6510 - Accounting and Information Systems Processes and Controls

Choose two:

ACCT 6620 - Advanced Auditing ACCT 6470 - Internal Auditing ACCT 6340 - Financial Statement Analysis ACCT 6360 - Fraud Examination ISMG 6430 - Information Systems Security and Privacy ISMG 6450 - IT Project Management

Business Intelligence Specialization

Business Intelligence (BI) systems combine operational data with analytical tools to present complex and competitive information to planners and decision makers. The objective is to improve the timeliness and quality of inputs to the decision process. BI is used to understand the capabilities available in the firm; the state-of-the-art, trends, and future directions in the markets, the technologies, and the regulatory environment in which the firm competes; and the actions of competitors and the implications of these actions. With this specialization, you get the necessary skills and knowledge in realtime data warehousing, data visualization, data mining, online analytical processing, customer relationships management, dashboards and scorecards, corporate performance management, expert and advanced intelligent systems, and hands-on experience with leading BI tools.

Required Courses

ISMG 6080 - Database Management Systems ISMG 6220 - Business Intelligence Systems

Choose six:

DSCI 6828 - Business Applications of Data Mining ISMG 6180 - Information Systems Management and Strategy ISMG 6420 - Global Enterprise Systems ISMG 6430 - Information Systems Security and Privacy ISMG 6480 - Data Warehouse and Administration ISMG 6810 - Business Intelligence in Healthcare OR ISMG 6820 - Business Intelligence and Financial Modeling MKTG 6090 - Customer Relationship Management

Enterprise Technology Management (ETM) Specialization

This specialization focuses on information technology as the prime driver of business strategy. It focuses on the strategic, technological, financial and organizational issues involved with the effective management of information technology within an enterprise. The courses in this specialization cover the emerging technologies and the evolving roles and importance of IT in modern organizations; ITenabled organizational processes and knowledge management; methods to develop, acquire and implement information systems; implementing and managing complex IT projects; security and privacy issues associated with IT.

Required Courses

ISMG 6040 - Business Process Management ISMG 6180 - Information Systems Management and Strategy

Choose six:

ISMG 6080 - Database Management Systems ISMG 6120 - Internet and Mobile Technologies ISMG 6220 - Business Intelligence Systems ISMG 6420 - Global Enterprise Systems ISMG 6430 - Information Systems Security and Privacy ISMG 6450 - IT Project Management ISMG 6460 - Emerging Technologies

Health Information Technology Management Specialization

Recently, the health care industry has shifted its focus from using proprietary and expensive IT solutions to more innovative IT applications in electronic health records (EHR) and other health information technology (HIT) innovations for sharing information effectively to help manage health care crisis. The courses within this specialization cover the evolving roles and importance of IT in the health care industry; the innovative IT applications for delivering health care with reduced cost and increased quality; the management of health care using effective IT systems; and the security and privacy issues associated with health information. These courses will focus on how IT-enabled health care organizations can integrate information from various resources in order to deliver innovative IT solutions to meet unique requirements of health care industry.

Required Courses

ISMG 6060 - Analysis, Modeling and Design ISMG 6080 - Database Management Systems

Choose six:

HLTH 6071 - Introduction To Health Information Technology HLTH 6072 - Fundamentals of Health Information Technology Management ISMG 6220 - Business Intelligence Systems ISMG 6280 - Service Oriented Architecture ISMG 6430 - Information Systems Security and Privacy ISMG 6460 - Emerging Technologies ISMG 6810 - Business Intelligence in Healthcare

Web and Mobile Computing Specialization

This specialization focuses on building and managing large systems using platforms for website development, mobile and wireless applications, and web services and service oriented architectures. The courses provide expertise in .Net programming, business process management, internet and mobile technologies, website development technologies, data warehousing and administration, and service oriented architecture. Project management coursework enables graduates to successfully handle highly, complex systems development projects in the business world.

Required Courses

ISMG 6060 - Analysis, Modeling and Design ISMG 6080 - Database Management Systems

Choose six:

ISMG 6020 - .Net Programming Fundamentals ISMG 6040 - Business Process Management ISMG 6120 - Internet and Mobile Technologies ISMG 6240 - Website Development Practice and Technologies ISMG 6280 - Service Oriented Architecture ISMG 6450 - IT Project Management ISMG 6480 - Data Warehouse and Administration