Computer Information Systems

Computer Information Systems

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The flex MBA with an emphasis in computer information systems is designed to give students the opportunity to study how technology is changing the way businesses operate and how to harness the power of technology in various business management settings. This is a 39-credit hour program consisting of the following:


MBA Flex General

BA 5351: Organizational Performance for Competitive Advantage (must be first course)

BA 5100A**, B and C: Business Professional Development

ACC 5361: Accounting Analysis for Managerial Decision Making (*BA 5351)

QMST 5334: Advanced Statistical Methods for Business

QMST 5338: Operations Management (*BA 5351)

FIN 5352: Financial Management (*ACC 5361)

MGT 5314: Organizational Behavior and Theory (*BA 5351)

ECO 5316: Managerial Economics (*QMST 5334)

MKT 5321: Marketing Management (*BA 5351)

MGT 5313: Strategic Management***


Elective Courses (9 hours, select from three of the following)

CIS 5318: Information Technology in the Digital Economy

CIS 5355: Database Management Systems

CIS 5356: Business Telecommunications

CIS 5358: Agile Project Management for Business Professionals

CIS 5360: E-Commerce: Strategies, Technologies, and Applications

CIS 5364: Data Warehousing and Mining

CIS 5368: Information Security

CIS 5370: Enterprise Resource Planning

CIS 5390:  Topics in Computer Information Systems


Core Classes 30 hours
Graduate Electives
9 hours
TOTAL MBA 39 hours

 

* prerequisite course(s)

** BA 5100A taken in first semester; B and C taken in subsequent semesters for a total of 3 credit hours

† prerequisite or can be taken concurrently