The introduction of new and constantly improving technologies is creating rapid evolution in the information systems landscape.


“My newfound information systems management, financial control and project management skills enable me to run concurrent projects more effectively.”

Stanley Kules M.S. '10, vice president, Bank of New York Mellon

Today's information systems manager needs to have a thorough command not only of technology — security, compliance, analytics, mobile networks and cloud-based systems — but of business, and the way employees use technology to get the job done. The Information Systems master's program brings an analytics-intensive approach to topics like digital innovation, technology integration and IT strategy.

Courses in this STEM program encourage information systems consultants, IT auditors and project managers to frame problems from the perspective of a CIO who drives organizational change through technology. A curricular balance of new coding skills and leadership perspectives will turn you into a creative problem-solver able to stay ahead of the rapid pace of technology. 

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