The introduction of new and constantly improving technologies is creating rapid evolution in the information systems landscape.
Organizations are switching to faster, more mobile networks. Companies are demanding more efficient operations that take advantage of new technologies. Legacy systems in industries like healthcare require changes to ensure greater compliance and security. An increasing amount of work is done using cloud-based systems. Employees are conducting business on personal devices connected to unsecured networks. Social media is forming the core of new business platforms, from financial services to crowdsourcing.
“My newfound information systems management, financial control and project management skills enable me to run concurrent projects more effectively.”
Today's information systems manager needs to have a thorough command not only of technology, but of business, and the way employees use technology to get the job done. The 36-credit Information Systems master's program addresses this need by making use of Stevens' technology orientation and the business perspective demanded of modern enterprise. Graduates of this STEM program are taught to constantly learn, assess and incorporate emerging technologies into the enterprise in ways that support corporate growth strategies. Students also enjoy a choice of concentrations to ensure their education is tailored to their career aspirations.