Information Systems play an integral role in organizations. They enable business transactions, from Customer Relationship Management to Supply Chain Management, they provide crucial decision-making information for managers, and enable new types of business models and organization structures. Today’s information-intensive, complex business environment demands professionals who have both applied IT experience and management insight.
The Master of Science in Information Systems program (MSIS) is a 36-credit STEM degree that prepares graduates to lead and manage organizational efforts and respond to managerial changes and opportunities. This flexible program prepares IT leaders and managers with technical, business, management, industry, and interpersonal skills. MSIS graduates know how to detemine the Information Systems needs of an organization, are able to assess emerging technology trends, and can manage the interaction between business and technology.
Small class sizes build discussion, collaboration, and global professional networks. Graduates leave Stevens with better communications, interpersonal and team skills to plan, implement, and manage leading-edge practices in information systems.
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